Sample the Skeptic's Dictionary In 1858, at a grotto by the river Gave near Lourdes, France, a 14-year-old peasant named Bernadette Soubirous claimed that the Virgin Mary, identifying herself as "the Immaculate Conception," appeared to her some 18 times.* You'd think such a great number of visitations would have provided an opportunity to channel a short theological treatise of some significance.
It seems, however, that the main message from the alleged "mother of a god" was: "Pray and do penance for the conversion of the world." Oh, Gods are beings with unnatural powers who never die.
The part of the tool that makes the raised seal impression is called the “die” or “insert.” It can be removed from the body of the embosser and replaced by an updated one with each new commission term, if the body of the embosser is still in good working order.2. You need to deface or destroy the die/insert so the two halves cannot be salvaged and used to create a fraudulent seal impression.
Although not accepted as an official notary seal in many states, research has confirmed that many consider the embosser to be more “official” and authoritative, and some foreign recipients have rejected documents from U. Many notaries choose to use both an ink-stamp and an embosser for the imposing aspect of the embossed seal and the respect it commands.1.
For traditionalists, nothing conveys the authority and beauty of an official notarial seal quite like the raised imprint created by a seal embosser.
These long-time tools of the trade are still used by many notaries, and may be either handheld- or desktop-style. The embosser is the only authorized tool in three of those jurisdictions (Alabama, District of Columbia, and USVI).
Any numerical or geometrical quantity or set of such quantities which may serve as reference or base for other quantities.
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