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Submit

To offer for determination; commit to the judgment or discretion of another individual or authority.

To submit evidence means to present or introduce it. Similarly a political issue might be submitted to the voters' judgment.

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She explained that they reach a state of submissiveness in accepting the abuse and justify the behaviours of harassers.
It shows her level of commitment, understanding, love and submissiveness. This type of woman would enjoy her husband more.
At the rallies, the protesters burned paper leaflets dropped by the coalition warplanes that calls to surrender, stressing to enhancing steadfastness and steadfastness and reject submissiveness.
I have seen how a friend who was entirely capable of taking care of himself and his family was isolated into submissiveness -- the opposite of the contract of love he thought he had with his family.
The Dimitrov-Kotzias agreement puts Macedonia into a position of submissiveness and dependence towards another country, or more specifically towards the Hellenic Republic, and creates legal consequences that are the base of the crimes for which the criminal charges have been brought before the Public Prosecutor's Office, says the statement in which the reasons for pressing the criminal charges are explained.
Their topics include Christianity, modernity, and women physicians in China: the Southern Methodist commitment to medical education for Chinese women in Suzhou 1891-1918; the Women's Christian Temperance Union, monogamy, and defining "modern" for women and Japan; and Esther Park, obedient rebel: subjectivity, submissiveness, and Korean Christian women in Korea's early modern period.
Most sex-robot manufacturers are doing little more than reinforcing patriarchal notions of male power and female submissiveness while they pander to problematic male fantasies.
These Pakistanis mainly comprising academicians were of unanimous opinion that Pakistan's keenness for regional peace must not be construed as gesture of submissiveness and that concerted efforts are needed at every level to draw world attention towards the plight of the people of the Indian occupied Kashmir.
Ranged against the submissiveness of the president to China on our rightful sovereign claim on our territory in the West Philippine Sea, we are extremely befuddled with the president's selective invocation of our country's sovereignty.
"The Qura'n says (Those who offer their prayers with all solemnity and full submissiveness), prayers should be offered with solemnity not with loudspeakers disturbing patients and elderlies.", added El Gendy to Egypt Today.
The women they know live in their deleted internet histories, in four walls of women's quarters, in the darkest of veils, in their mother's submissiveness, in their sister's silence and in their wives son bearing abilities.
The source said that the role of the Al Saud rulers keeps up with the Wahabi regime's role throughout history which is to be a tool in the hands of the nation's enemies and to spread and promote defeatism, submissiveness, and normalization with the Israeli enemy, as well as distorting the true nature of Islam via the malignant Wahabi ideology.