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Synonyms for subject

branch of study

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put through

subject to: liable to

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  • liable to
  • open to
  • exposed to
  • vulnerable to
  • prone to
  • susceptible to
  • disposed to

subject to: bound by

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  • bound by
  • under the control of
  • accountable to
  • constrained by

subject to: dependent on

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Synonyms for subject

in a position of subordination

determined or to be determined by someone or something else

a person owing loyalty to and entitled to the protection of a given state

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

to lay open, as to something undesirable or injurious

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to make subservient or subordinate

Synonyms for subject

the subject matter of a conversation or discussion

something (a person or object or scene) selected by an artist or photographer for graphic representation

some situation or event that is thought about

(grammar) one of the two main constituents of a sentence

a person who is subjected to experimental or other observational procedures

(logic) the first term of a proposition

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cause to experience or suffer or make liable or vulnerable to

make accountable for

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make subservient

refer for judgment or consideration

possibly accepting or permitting

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being under the power or sovereignty of another or others

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likely to be affected by something

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If, despite this certification, there is such use, the DCL subject to the (g)(2)(i) election must be recaptured in income.
Property subject to the jurisdiction of the United States generally includes property physically located in the United States, including money, contracts, accounts, securities and insurance policies, as well as goods and services.
pre-control device) emissions greater than or equal to any major source threshold for the pollutant subject to that limit.
Because nonqualified deferred compensation is typically paid to higher-paid employees, and because the inclusion of these amounts in the employee's wages subject to FICA tax frequently occurs while the employee is actively employed and typically earning wages in excess of the FICA taxable wage base, the rules of section 3121(v) had essentially no effect.
The accompanying map is of the lands subject of the license application in relation to the acreage subject to the Asher Permit and Zion's Ma'anit-Joseph License.
General partners (and in some cases, limited partners) are subject to SE taxes on their entire allocable share of partnership income and any guaranteed payments received, under Sec.
It then filed refund claims for the employment taxes, maintaining those payments were not wages or compensation but, rather, SUCBs and as such not subject to tax.
Finally, a foreign corporation is not subject to Massachusetts excise tax if its contacts are limited exclusively to ownership of tangible personal property stored in a licensed public warehouse in Massachusetts.
An individual who is self-employed is subject to self-employment (SE) tax, the purpose of which is to provide Social Security and Medicare benefits.
While time, distance, and conditions determine how long any team member stays with the subject, a rule of thumb is to maintain one or two vehicles between the team member and the subject and "hand off" the subject to another team member after taking one turn.
However, by separately identifying, accumulating and reporting M&E expenses that are not subject to the 50% exclusion, most companies can realize a direct tax benefit.
86-272)(5) are subject to varying state interpretations, may change, and do not cover all taxes.
Research indicates that the MMSE and similar tests are also subject to variable results depending on a patient's baseline education level and language skills, making the diagnosis of mild cognitive impairment or dementia difficult in many patients.
A partnership may allow immediate flowthrough of FTCs and losses, but is subject to complex U.
The team should coordinate a food delivery to the subject to build trust and rapport and to allow the tactical team to gain a closer look at the crisis site.