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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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If you work in a small to mid-size legal department, your opportunity to break free from a subject matter silo is even greater.
Although it is true that disclosures in the public arena may be "one-sided" or "misleading", so long as such disclosures are and remain extrajudicial, there is no legal prejudice that warrants a broad court-imposed subject matter waiver.
Under Lovett, even when a court undoubtedly had subject matter jurisdiction and jurisdiction over the persons involved, it did not have "jurisdiction of the subject-matter and the parties" unless the pleadings had properly "invoked" the court's power.
Humanism emphasizes integration of subject matter in teaching and learning situations.
Further, when the Lanham Act plaintiff seeks to enjoin sales in the United States, there is no question of extraterritorial application; the court has subject matter jurisdiction.
I try to fit the subject matter into the environment that they belong in .
One apparent aspect of formal evaluation concerns the assessment of subject matter mastery and delivery.
This is a report on the use of ICT tools to encourage subject matter revision of prerequisites for Science students.
And it is no accident that Titian or Veronese are more famous today than all the Doges of Venice, because the ethos of Venice as realized in their very achievement, whatever the subject matter of particular paintings, stil l lives, long after the Venetian empire, its merchants and navies, have melted into oblivion.
The committees themselves were overloaded with specialists on subject matter and methodology.
We knew that bringing together key subject matter experts to help several locations address a major cost opportunity could be beneficial," he said.
According to SSAE 10, attestation standards are applicable to engagements in which a CPA in public practice is engaged to issue, or does issue, an examination, a review, an agreed-upon procedures report, or an assertion about subject matter that is the responsibility of another party.