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in a position of subordination

one belonging to a lower class or rank

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an assistant subject to the authority or control of another

a word that is more specific than a given word

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rank or order as less important or consider of less value

make subordinate, dependent, or subservient

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lower in rank or importance

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subject or submissive to authority or the control of another

(of a clause) unable to stand alone syntactically as a complete sentence

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Notwithstanding our predictions in H1a-H1c, there are several reasons why resource allocation may not increase subordinate budget proposals, reduce budget slack, and increase subordinate performance.
Stingray may repurchase Subordinate Shares on the open market through the facilities of the TSX as well as through other alternative Canadian trading systems, from time to time, over the course of twelve months commencing August 16, 2019 and ending at the latest on August 15, 2020.
He observed ' does the federal government not feel ashamed of this plight of subordinate judiciary.
(In my opinion, he gave an order to a subordinate, but his subordinate failed to do his order.
RATINGS LINKED TO NYCMWFA: The ratings of both the senior and subordinate NYCMWFA SRF bonds are closely linked to the strong underlying credit quality of NYCMWFA (senior and second lien bonds both rated AA+/Stable).
(b) A subordinate lawyer does not violate the Rules of Professional Conduct if that lawyer acts in accordance with a supervisory lawyer's reasonable resolution of an arguable question of professional duty
Army Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC) and subordinate schools and organizations; Assistant secretary of the Army for acquisition, Logistics, and Technology and subordinate organizations; the Department of the Army Staff; and other PEO offices and subordinate Project Managers.
LPS maintains a servicing database of subordinate liens that are eligible for co-modification.
The eight participants who reported that their deception had been discovered were asked, "When did your subordinate [supervisor] find out that you lied?
First, the number of subordinates consulted decreases with the degree of precision of the information provided by a subordinate.
In terms of impression management, the successful use of ingratiation by a subordinate may lead a supervisor to form a positive impression of that subordinate and to attribute desirable qualities to him or her.
The haunting question that remains is why Lee didn't listen more carefully to his trusted subordinate. Apparently he felt so sure of his plan that he was unable to adjust to the realities of the situation as it actually existed on the battlefield.
This ranges from the detection and recognition of their own personal and performance problems, motivation and distribution of workloads, and managerial elements of task accomplishment in terms of followership and command execution to the assumption of an atmosphere conducive to positive subordinate performance.
Much worse than a hot day is the hot-tempered bucho who feels it's perfectly within his rights to yell, swear at, humiliate and otherwise ridicule his subordinates.
It essentially provides that the claim cannot resemble a proprietary interest or be subordinate to general creditors' claims, nor can principal or interest payments depend on corporate earnings.