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Subordinated

Describing a class of security that, in the event of liquidation, is prioritized lower than other classes of security. For example, a subordinated security may be an unsecured loan, which has no collateral. Should the issuer be liquidated, all secured bonds and debts must be repaid before the subordinated security is repaid. A subordinated security carries higher risk but also pays higher returns than other classes. See also: Junior Debt.

subordinate

To agree to place one's mortgage or other interests in a junior position relative to another. See subordinated ground lease and subordinated mortgage.

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However, my memories of being positioned as a second-class person within an illegal polygamous community and of being subordinately positioned as one of the poor and a woman (35) still shape the way I see the world.
In creativity it becomes a standard of positional construction by the way of dislocation of primary suggestive models and primary denotative models and quite obviously an exclusion is made of the subordinately suggested categories.
At least for this class of movements, the brain controls the kinematics of hand motion, subordinately adjusting muscle forces as needed.
Mary's performances for her willing listener are only partially, and indeed subordinately, musical experiences.
National, technocratic bureaucracies are embedded in democratic states--at least formally, subordinately embedded in national governments--and are directly, electorally accountable to the people.
After all, she was land, property; she was that which was to be sold and bought, that which was hereditarily made to serve, to labor subordinately for, and to be used by, whites as they saw fit.
The only explanation that accounts for all the reflections observed is that the crystals are predominantly twinned by reflection on {021}, and subordinately so on {023}.
Consider an argument in which it is claimed that "A person shouldn't smoke," because "Smoking causes respiratory disease" and, therefore, "Smoking is bad for your health." Here one reason is subordinately linked to the other.
In his original formulation, he was seeking to discover "some middle ground" between the "consolidation" of the states "into one simple republic" and the maintenance of their "individual independence." (28) The goal was to "support a due supremacy of the national authority, and not exclude the local authorities wherever they can be subordinately useful." (29) In the case of the judiciary, Madison seems to have assumed that judges would primarily remain state officials who would somehow have to be made to accept the supremacy of national law.
He had only ''subordinately participated'' in three incidents, including the Matsumoto sarin gas attack, the ruling said.
If Niklas's thoughts about being male and female are accurate, Swedish society conceptualizes women subordinately. Which is why greater shame would befall men who were noticeably gender-dissident.
The scope and quality of this response and interaction were dictated by the circumstances of society's foundation and composition-a 'new' construct, made up of new comers to the landscape and cultural strangers each to the other, one group dominant, the other legally and subordinately slave.