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Related to subjection: abiding, ailing, ascertain, seize

Subject

Refers to a bid or offer that cannot be executed without confirmation from the customer. In other words, not firm, but a bid/offer that needs additional information/confirmation before becoming firm and is therefore still negotiable.

Subject

Describing a bid or offer for a security that is still negotiable. That is, a subject bid/offer is not firm and requires confirmation before a transaction involving it can be executed.
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When that portentous system of abuses, the Papal dominion, was overturned, a great variety of religious sects arose in its stead in the several countries, which for many centuries before had been screwed beneath its subjection.
He saw it, and his face expressed that utter subjection, that slavish devotion, which had done so much to win her.
The victim was particularly vulnerable given his controlling behaviour and her total subjection by him.
Workers have also alleged subjection to constant harassment to work faster in poor conditions that includes damaged equipment, cracked floors and failing electrical systems that have resulted in fires.
The true democracy of those who call themselves (majority) is to maximize and widen the share of the minority, not falsely accuse them of subjection and opportunism.
The production process will involve the subjection of the rubber from tyres to temperatures such as 600 degrees Celsius in the absence of oxygen.
In Subjection: Church Discipline in the Early American South, 1760-1830 will appeal to both Southern history and religious collections as it offers a college-level study of church discipline cases describing subjection as a system which held opportunities not for oppression, but for routine and organization.
On this momentous day, the Muslims of South Asia resolved to carve out an independent homeland for themselves; a land where they could lead their lives in peace and concord, in conformity with the tenets of Islam and free from repression and subjection.
The proposal, in comparison, included provisions that touch on the employment judgments that should apply on the affected employee, such as their retirement entitlements and subjection to guardianship if unable to act on their own.
Kerry called on the international community to condemn the "commodification of women and children as spoils of war, including through their subjection to horrific physical and sexual violence, intimidation, and deprivation of liberty.
Although the Forensic Authority denied the girl's subjection to sexual assault, the police officer was referred to state prosecution on 30 August.
Rallies and seminars will be the hall mark of the day to pay tributes to the Kashmiri martyrs for the freedom of the motherland from the tyrannical forces including Dogra and later the Indian subjection.