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what a speech, piece of writing, or artistic work is about

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Prometheus serve as the turning points in the conventional wisdom of subject matter eligibility.
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.
The Supreme Court of Canada has found that while a higher life form is not patentable subject matter, a genetically modified plant gene and cell are patentable.
Humanism emphasizes integration of subject matter in teaching and learning situations.
What types of intellectual property rights to genetics and genomics-related subject matter are being, or should be, sought, obtained, or refused?
In fact, jazz is not merely the subject matter of much of Moten's work, it seems to be the work's stylistic inspiration.
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.
The subject matter also must be capable of reasonably consistent evaluation against the criteria.
While some learner-centered educators advocate that the child must be more important than the subject matter, other educators explain that the current emphasis on test scores and academic standards means that teachers must make subject matter competence and overall academic achievement their foremost priority.