be subject

See: answer, obey
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ASSUMING it therefore as an established truth that the several States, in case of disunion, or such combinations of them as might happen to be formed out of the wreck of the general Confederacy, would be subject to those vicissitudes of peace and war, of friendship and enmity, with each other, which have fallen to the lot of all neighboring nations not united under one government, let us enter into a concise detail of some of the consequences that would attend such a situation.
After admitting it was "with great regret" that he has declined the proposal, Benitez explained: "The owners feel that the manager's decisions need to be subject to the chief executive, but I know that I am subject to results and to our fans, and they are the best judges I will ever have.
A significant unknown at this point is how much of the resulting insured loss will stem from flood damage and the amount of coverage provided for a large amount of loss that may be subject to dispute.
The sale is subject to approval by the federal bankruptcy court in Los Angeles and transfer of the station's licenses will be subject to FCC approval.
The starkest sentence from the long explanation Benitez offered to the ECHO yesterday about his contract rejection, was: "The owners feel that the manager's decisions need to be subject to the chief executive, but I know that I am subject to results and to our fans, and they are the best judges I will ever have.
Benitez said: "The owners feel the manager's decisions need to be subject to the chief executive.
The Company intends that all forward-looking statements be subject to the safe-harbor provisions of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995.
Best believes the syndicate's performance may be subject to greater volatility than in the past as a result of the cessation of a whole account stop loss reinsurance that protected its 1996 to 2003 years of account.
After admitting it was "with great regret" that he has declined the proposal, Benitez explained: "The owners feel that the manager's decisions need to be subject to the chief executive but I know that I am subject to results and to our fans and they are the best judges I will ever have.
Yesterday, he even evoked the opinion of the fans as his ultimate master, and not the chief executive at Anfield, when he said: "The owners feel that the manager's decisions need to be subject to the chief executive.
The owners feel the manager's decisions need to be subject to the chief executive but I know that I am subject to results and to our fans and they are the best judges I will ever have," he said.
NBO indicated that, as described below, the tender offer will be subject to certain conditions, but will not be subject to a financing or due diligence condition.