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

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For subject matter experts who wish to broaden their expertise, either with ambitions of advancement and a managerial role in mind, or simply for intellectual variety, I offer a concrete suggestion.
The Court, however, ruled that, by testifying to the conversations himself, the defendant had waived the attorney-client privilege not only as to the matters that the defendant chose to disclose, but also as to any other conversations with the attorney concerning the same subject matter.
It is a legal conclusion dependent on the presence of three elements--the familiar requirements of subject matter and personal jurisdiction must, of course, be present in every case, but in addition the court's legal authority must be activated according to procedural requirements of pleading and process.
Additionally, large companies and the largest audit firms with dedicated and proficient subject matter staff, including at the national office level, have also had previous decisions restated due to differing interpretations of complex GAAP.
Skinner believed that all subject matter could be broken up into component parts, no matter how complex the original content.
It appears that when teachers have opportunities to learn their subject matter in ways similar to what is expected of their students--and when teachers have a deep understanding of how students learn--student achievement improves.
Limiting their subject matter to New York and Chicago between the 1880s and the 1950s, the authors, academics from several disciplines, nevertheless cover a wide range of topics.
Nationalism, I think we can agree, can be expressed in two ways: form and substance or, if you prefer, style and subject matter.
Corporate Conversations" has a firm grip on the challenges and realities of internal communication, and it's written by someone who clearly understands the subject matter.
Derived from sequences of shots of his studio and domestic life, these works are a confluence of allusive subject matter and scrupulously refined technique.
The district court dismissed the action for lack of subject matter jurisdiction and the union appealed.
Unfortunately for its fascinating subject matter, Cursed is a book with an identity crisis.
The term "genetics and genomics subject matter" as used in this initiative does not, however, include such subject matter as biomedical devices, engineered tissues, stem cells, large-scale cell culture, whole organism cloning, or individual treatment applications.
Fred Moten's In the Break takes as its subject matter both black performance and black radicalism, ultimately arguing that the two concepts are, if not one and the same, then mutually constitutive to the point of being nearly impossible to separate.