be subject

See: answer, obey
References in classic literature ?
If the consciousness of freedom were not a separate and independent source of self-consciousness it would be subject to reasoning and to experience, but in fact such subjection does not exist and is inconceivable.
Instead of looking at whether broker-dealers will fall under a fiduciary standard, look at how, and what will fall into what Trone calls the "fiduciary box"--all activities occurring within the box will be subject to a fiduciary standard, and all activities outside the box, will not.
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.
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.
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.
Benitez said: "The owners feel the manager's decisions need to be subject to the chief executive.
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.
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.