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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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As the play begins, the page acts the part of a submissive wife to convince Sly that he is a husband, and they sit down to watch a play; within that play there is wedding eventually culminated in a banquet, a marital show of sorts; within that banquet Kate comes to her husband and gives a long, eloquent speech that echoes the page's original performance of subjection.
Scenes of Subjection is a smart book, set off by important insights, and some very good analysis of African American life in slavery and freedom.
Is it possible to consider, let alone imagine, the agency of the performative when the black performative is inextricably linked with the specter of contented subjection, the torturous display of the captive body, and the ravishing of the body that is the condition of the other's pleasure?
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?
Hartman pushes well beyond this position, arguing that the acknowledgment of slaves' humanity often worked, perversely, to harshen the texture of daily life and intensify their subjection.
As for the passages now found in the New Testament Epistles of Paul, concerning women's nonequality with men and duty of subjection, there is no room to doubt that they are bare-faced forgeries, interpolated by unscrupulous bishops during the early period in which a combined and determined effort was made to reduce women to silent submission, not only in the church, but also in the home and in the state.
Almost alone among 16th-century thinkers, Bodin attempted to devise a comprehensive theory of political society that would reconcile liberty and subjection, yet satisfy conscience and reason, without regard to divine or supernatural sanction.
The syringes are compacted after subjection to heat up to 450 degrees.
in addition, the following provisions shall be payable by the contractor, without this list being exhaustive, before, during and after execution of the work: - any subjection of scaffolding, platform and crane allowing the necessary access to the installation of the works, as well as the safety of the places of installation (see note of site organization and instructions hygiene and safety), - the general cleaning of the stains due to the execution of the works, - repairs for any damage to existing installations and structures.
Flint Castle, as we were reminded, was the first in the ring of castles intended by a bloodthirsty and power-mad monarch to keep our nation in subjection.
Ten essays examine a number of cases and thematic issues including NATO intervention in Libya in 2011, subjection vs.
Although the Police are yet to reach to the killer, the reports of confirmed subjection of sodomy have spread a wave of fear in the vicinity.