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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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Given that I objectively ought to 9, how do we determine that which I subjectively ought to do?
However, the empowerment ended at the first body that the boy subjectively perceived as "fat.
Note that if one listens to the two-channel SACD or PCM tracks, Dolby Pro Logic II decoding (available from the Yamaha player used, and also from the RX-Z1 receiver in my main system) will deliver a surround effect that subjectively equals what we have here with the 4.
The emphasis on detached observation, quantitative measurement and reductive analysis led to a perception of the world as detached objects, thus to detached and desiccated experience which downplayed all forms of relationship, including the subjectively sensuous and psychological.
We're back to the bad old days of grants being handed out subjectively with the Sports Council having personal favourites," said the mile specialist, who reached the semi-final of the 2003 World Championships but has since been sidelined with a tendon injury.
Furthermore, absorbency is a measurable value, whereas softness is not so well defined and can only be determined subjectively.
Some Pennsylvania courts have concluded that, in order to prevail on this defense, an insurer must demonstrate that the insured subjectively intended to cause the injury at issue.
The lectures selected for data collection contained approximately the same number of critical points and were subjectively rated as similar in level of difficulty by two independent observers.
At least that was how the researchers subjectively interpreted the diaries that the volunteers kept during the study.
By the time she returned to the office, her hearing had returned to normal both subjectively and on audiometry.
Although sinks are usually evaluated subjectively "by eye," these tests used a coordinate measuring machine to produce a quantitative measurement of the depth of sink.
Today, this measurement is done subjectively by a visual assessment using the 1-9 scale (dormant turf to dark green) that is naturally biased by the observer and varies through time and space.