And he did, in fact, affix his Hancock to the tax increases in question.
But what we don't get from Rubin or Harris is why exactly Hagel refused to affix his name to the letter.
They send to demand musters of the articles imported, and affix their own price for such as they wish to purchase.
To neither did he affix his name, but the latter was said to be by “a Gentleman of Oxford.”
If the Council insisted on passing it, he might affix his signature but advise the King to disallow it.
affix them to the bench by nails or screws, preferably the latter.
Under each word the force of the prefix is usually given, though not the affix.
On the right is the pear-tree, to which later on we have to affix a captive pear.
The Ancient Charges, while they assert that every Mason should belong to a lodge, affix no penalty for disobedience.
The Father of his Country did not affix his revered name to so palpable an absurdity.
1530s, from Medieval Latin affixare, frequentative of Latin affigere (past participle affixus) "fasten to, attach," from ad- "to" (see ad-) + figere "fasten" (see fix (v.)).
First used by Scottish writers and perhaps from Middle French affixer, a temporarily re-Latinized spelling of Old French afichier (Modern French afficher). Related: Affixed; affixing.
1610s, from affix (v.).