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How should I implement “queueing” of approval on my objects?

I have a list of objects that will need to go through an approval process. I am curious if it would be best to simply add some properties to my object, like ApprovedBy, and ApprovedOn. Another ...
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Introducing Fowler's Table Data Gateway to refactor poorly designed systems

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Architectural Patterns for a Game

So I've got a solution that contains a few big projects, which I'm trying to break down into smaller projects with more isolated responsibilities. This is a game I'm tinkering with -- I'm mainly a LOB ...