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SUBJECT, contracts. The thing which is the object of an agreement. This term is used in the laws of Scotland.

SUBJECT, persons, government. An individual member of a nation, who is subject to the laws; this term is used in contradistinction to citizen, which is applied to the same individual when considering his political rights.
     2. In monarchical governments, by subject is meant one who owes permanent allegiance to the monarch. Vide Body politic; Greenl. Ev. Sec. 286; Phil. & Am. on Ev. 732, n. 1.

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(ii) 1st passive form: 'ANNONCER < (^ OBL) (^ SUBJ)>'
ii) SUBJ > OBJ > OBJ-theta > OBL-theta > COMPL > ADJUNCT (Bresnan 2001:212).
Subj: Development of Strategic Reconnaissance Drone.
Ex.: SUBJ RefPron DOproni AUX PParti DO Maria e se lai sono mangiatai <begin Paola strikethrough> una melai.
As FRAME is not part of [CTYPE, SUB J], the result means that, taking the three variables CTYPE, SUBJ, and FRAME together, only the first two are statistically dependent on each other.
Por otra parte, no hay incompatibilidad entre NEG y SUBJ puesto que este ultimo se genera como cabeza de FM.
Subj: Everything that is going to happen is already happening
He subj ects this theoretical argument to a wide variety of empirical tests.
In this luxurious revisiting of light and space-of light as space-Sietsema's sculpture-as-film also reveals the torquing influence of nearby Hollywood.) His previous film, Untitled (Beautiful Place), 1998, punned on the name of the equipment with which it was shot, a Beaulieu camera, and retained more than a little interest in the verisimilar reconstruction, in common materials (paper, glue), of the various houseplants that served as his subj ect and that came to suggest his private life as well as specific art-historical movements (paper-whites for high modernism; succulents for earthworks).
Subj. # Total number of Equivalence indices in classes training trials the CA test First half Second half [3.sup.*] 321 132 1.0 1.0 322 117 1.0 1.0 323 121 1.0 1.0 324 100 1.0 1.0 325 130 1.0 1.0 4 751 187 0.9 1.0 752 240 0.9 1.0 753 206 1.0 1.0 754 155 1.0 1.0 755 163 1.0 1.0 5 761 284 0.8 0.9 762 429 1.0 0.9 763 521 1.0 1.0 764 309 1.0 1.0 765 321 1.0 1.0 6 771 453 0.8 0.9 772 320 0.3 0.4 773 402 1.0 1.0 774 272 0.9 0.9 775 981 0.7 0.7 Note.
WIN RESULTS Panel A: Subjective and objective probabilities of winning Number of Subjective Objective (Subj.Prob-Obj.Prob) Favorite Races Probability Probability /Std.Error Obj.Prob.
EXAMPLES: s b6 (SELECTs line b6; creates a SET for each term type) f b6-b8/bio (FINDS b6-b8 and B10; combines sets, displays result) r b6 (RETRIEVEs term on b6; searches text in some files) r subj=b6 (RETRIEVEs term type specified; e.g., SUBJ,TITL) 85-10535 ITEM 1 OF 1 IN SET 1 (LCCC) Essential guide to the library IBM PC.