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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.

submit

(Give), verb advance, commit, extend, hold out, introduce, make a motion, make a suggestion, propose, propound, put, put forth, put forward, refer, referre, suggest, tender
Associated concepts: submit to arbitration, submit to the court, submit to the jury

submit

(Yield), verb accede, accept, acknowledge deeeat, acquiesce, admit defeat, bear with, bend, bow to, cease resistance, comply, endure, give in, give up, give way to, heed, listen to, make the best of, mind, obey, put up with, reconcile oneself to, relent, resign, succumb, surrender, tolerate
Associated concepts: submit to the jurisdiction of the court
See also: abide, accede, adduce, admonish, advise, argue, assist, bear, bestow, cede, concede, conform, counsel, defer, deliver, docket, extend, forbear, give, grant, hear, hold out, index, introduce, move, obey, offer, pose, posit, propose, propound, refer, render, serve, succumb, surrender, tender, yield
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Various types of users can be involved in the Submittable[TM] process, including the administrator who creates the form, team members who serve as reviewers, and submitters. Team members are assigned to levels from one through five, increasing in permissions as the level number increases.
Recognizing that the PMN review process is complex, requiring coordination between the submitter, the program manager, the toxicologists, engineers, and a variety of other related departments, ACA underscored to EPA the need for a more transparent and open exchange of pertinent documents and assessments back to the submitters.
The FCA found that between February 2007 and November 2010, Mr Danziger "routinely" made requests to RBS's primary submitters, intending to benefit the trading positions for which he and other derivatives traders were responsible.
Senior LIBOR submitter Peter Johnson accepted he had been dishonest when he pleaded guilty to the offence in October 2014.
Powell says the new IRS program excludes these plans from the 30-adopting-employers rule for volume submitter plans.
Document providers need a person to handle the submission process, supported by a computer with an Internet connection, a scanner and connectivity through a trusted submitter.
They allow the Reference Committee to provide guidance and consultation to submitters in the development of reports.
2011-49 clarifies that a mass submitter may be counted as one of the 30 unaffiliated sponsors for purposes of the sponsorship requirement.
Notwithstanding CPSC's sunny view of human nature, the only information provided by a submitter about a possibly bogus complaint will be his or her name and full address (which could be a post office box).
Users who have registered can complete a continuing disclosure filing, but until the submitter is confirmed, EMMA will identify the submission as being provided by an unconfirmed submitter.
The fear was "disclosure of raw data could unfairly cast unfounded aspersion on the submitter." Not entirely unfounded in our view.