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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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ISLAMABAD -- The Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) Friday asked the parliamentarians to submit the details of annual statement of assets and liabilities of themselves, spouses and dependents for the year 2015-16 by October 15.
Is the Outgoing or Incoming President Required to Submit the Budget?
k.soft, Philadelphia, Penn., has released version 1.0 of RSS Submit, a utility to automatically submit RSS feeds to the RSS search engines and directories, for Windows 95/98/NT/ME/2000/XP.
Under Notice 98-34, a former long-term resident whose net worth or average tax liability exceeds the applicable thresholds will not be presumed to have a principal purpose of tax avoidance if he or she is described within certain categories and submits a complete and good-faith ruling request as to whether such loss had for one of its principal purposes the avoidance of U.S.
Some brought their applications in person; some had friends, relatives, or agency members submit them; and others sent the material through the mail or via the agency's Web site.
Although Title IV now allows hospitals to submit clinical privileges adverse actions to the NPDB on nurses, HHS said that as of January 3, 1992, only 35 of 1,039 hospital clinical privileges reports were submitted for practitioners other than physicians and dentists.
There may be, however, rare instances when an accountant intends to but never submits financial statements in final form.
On behalf of Tax Executives Institute, I am pleased to submit the following comments to the Internal Revenue Service's Corporate Return Streamlining and Electronic Filing Workgroup.
For example, taxpayers might be required to submit business plans describing a new product marketing strategy before the product has been announced to the market and competitors are aware of the product.
TEI submits that current law effectively requires such corporations to overpay their estimated taxes, without the benefit of interest, in order to avoid an underpayment penalty under section 6655.
Plaintiff's main argument on appeal is that, because plaintiff was not the eligible injured person's (EIP's) assignee at the time plaintiff submitted the NF-3 forms to defendant, the language in the mandatory personal injury protection (PIP) endorsement (11 NYCRR 65-1.1), which requires "the eligible injured person or that persons assignee or representative" to "submit to examinations under oath," did not require plaintiff to submit to an EUO, and, thus, defendants proffered defense, that plaintiff failed to appear for duly scheduled EUOs, lacks merit.
On behalf of Tax Executives Institute, I am pleased to submit the following comments on a legislative proposal to change the filing date for Form VA-6, Employer's Annual or Final Summary of Virginia Income Tax Withheld.