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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.
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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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So central was terror, violence, and servitude to 19th-century African American life, argues Hartman, there are ways in which even the most salient instances of black prerogative were also scenes of subjection.
Even so, as an instance of storytelling, Scenes of Subjection is fatally flawed.
How many battered wives might find the courage to report or leave abusive husbands if they knew the church no longer taught unilateral wifely subjection? How many women, raised in the assumption that church teaching validated the subjection of women to men in their homes, have quietly acquiesced to male sexual harassment on the job as simply part of their lot in life, their share of Christ's suffering?
Scenes of Subjection's most original and provocative analysis of slavery's wounds is probably its discussion of slave humanity.
He termed Hezbollah's project "an illumination of the other and subjection of Lebanon to its Shi brand of sectarianism." Party weapons, ammunitions and huge numerical strength won't break down L.F.
THERE are two great fears here: Protestant/unionist fear of ethnic annihilation and Catholic/nationalist fear of ethnic subjection.
Discussion includes global imperial designs and pan-Africanism, subjection and subjectivity in South Africa, coloniality of knowledge and higher education, and the African National Project, among other topics.
The constitution forbids subjection of this country to any foreign interference.
CAIRO: Presidential hopeful Mohamed ElBaradei, in an interview published on Wednesday, criticized the ruling army's refusal to allow foreign monitoring of forthcoming elections and its subjection of civilians to military trials.
This is the first time for the extensive subjection of Taiwan-made foods to import ban and examination, a development which will tarnish the image of Taiwanese businesses in mainland China.
Pathetic politicians, personal debt, subjection to the European Union, uncontrolled immigration, political correctness, highly-financed quangos and a few wars, these are just some of the sad obligations that the British people have had to endure (I am sure readers could think of more).
By mirroring his movements as he encircles her, the shot, with its suggestion of ensnarement and confinement, prefigures his reducing her to a state of utter subjection. Islam blows up this scene into a triple-screen projection, the planes set at angles to each other: Audiences see her version of the full rotating shot in sensuous, color 16 mm, but also--simultaneously, in black and white, filmed on video--each actor's point of view, so that the eclipsed personality gets to look back, her objectification slightly lessened.