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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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Diana Lea, managing editor for OLDAE, Oxford University Press, said: "The number of students studying academic subjects in English is growing every year.
It is possible that such environments are staffed by general educators who are highly qualified in a core academic subject but not similarly highly qualified in the pedagogy of teaching that subject to students with learning disabilities.
Anecdotes thus dominate the second six chapters in which academic subjects emerge as effective activists for an academy of their collective envisioning.
The truth is that NCLB included the arts as a core academic subject because of their importance to a child's education.
demonstrated competency, as defined by the state, in each core academic subject taught by the teacher
Hospitality, if not quite standard in core curricula, shows up as an academic subject in a mixed bag of contexts: Jacques Derrida devoted numerous seminars to the topic; the University of Nevada at Las Vegas confers Ph.
If the RGS-IBG's aims are to promote geography as an academic subject, Geographical is surely failing to do its bit.
Princeton University Press publishes professional, scholarly, and general interest titles spanning more than 40 academic subject areas.
Theology or religion must be taught as an academic subject without proselytizing, and academic freedom must be observed.
The addition of 16,000 new e-books and integration with the ProQuest platform make authoritative information in all academic subject areas more accessible to researchers
Highly qualified teachers are those who have earned a minimum of a bachelor s degree, obtained state certification, passed the state teacher licensing examination in the core academic subject in which they teach, and who do not have certification or licensure requirements waived.
But this meant they ended up doing similar subjects at A-Level - and were prevented from taking a traditional academic subject at a leading university.

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