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someone who yields to the will of another person or force

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someone who submits something (as an application for a job or a manuscript for publication etc.) for the judgment of others

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The submitter has solved all these inconsistencies by methodical guidance, which led to the stabilisation of some issues and techniques in practice, Gaacutel told the Slovak Spectator.A systematic stepRPVS came into existence with the changes in the anti-shell legislation in February 2017.
Submittable[TM] is a one location website for individuals or organizations to create submission forms (e.g., applications, submission of scholarly materials), collect responses, store responses, review the material, and communicate with submitters.
ACA also recommended that EPA's 90-day review period should start when the agency receives a completed PMN submission and end with a non-consent order SNUR, unless the agency is able to come to an agreement with the submitter regarding an extension.
Mr Danziger's work at RBS was related to Japanese Yen Libor, and on occasion he made submissions to the British Bankers Association (BBA) when the lender's primary submitters were not available.
Experian does have one last line of defense against unauthorized access to a person's credit account: the credit reporting company asks the submitter to answer four "knowledge-based authentication" questions designed to provide the identity of the submitter.
Merchant and Pabon were both LIBOR traders, while Mathew was a submitter. A sixth individual, Peter Charles Johnson, a senior submitter and head US Dollar cash trader, pleaded guilty to conspiracy to defraud in October 2014.
One difference Powell points out is the 30-adopting-employers rule used for volume submitter plans.
For example, they may not understand that the document provider and/or the trusted submitter could be the same party submitting a paper document to them.
Upon review, the Reference Committee takes no formal action, but instead responds to submitters with recommendations regarding the submitter's development of the proposal.
Expensify, available for Android, BlackBerry, iPhone, and Windows platforms, is free for individuals and $5 per submitter per month for corporate accounts.
Submitter: "I would prefer this not be in any book!" Submitter: "Hi all, just as an FYI, I will be in noonish on Monday."
401 and 403(a) for preapproved plans (i.e., master and prototype (M&P) and volume submitter (VS) plans).
Although not required, many submitters appear to have firsthand knowledge of the product--37 percent of published reports stated that the submitter was also the victim, and 24 percent stated that the victim was the child, spouse, parent, or other relative of the submitter.
It even requires each submitter to verify that he or she has done so before submission.
Each week during the month, the bank selected a "judges' favorite," and the submitter received a gift basket valued at $100.