subordinate position

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The mistake--if a mistake it was--had however been committed; and, wrong or right, she was not disposed to occupy the subordinate position which Mrs.
He takes a subordinate position under Letheringham.
However, he is a good chief and a mighty warrior, and if Du-seen persuades him to his cause, the Galus may find themselves under a Kro-lu chieftain before long--Du-seen as well as the others, for Al-tan would never consent to occupy a subordinate position, and once he plants a victorious foot in Galu, he will not withdraw it without a struggle.
Deane's house the Dodson linen and plate were beginning to hold quite a subordinate position, as a mere supplement to the handsomer articles of the same kind, purchased in recent years,--a change which had caused an occasional coolness in the sisterly intercourse between her and Mrs.
Her reward has been to be not only taken into the fold in a subordinate position to the current Speaker she once fired from her Cabinet, but also to be trotted out in Asean events, overshadowing every potential successor to the President, including the Speaker and the current secretary of foreign affairs.
Grenny's watched this boundary situation play out dozens of times, and he says when someone in a subordinate position holds their toxic boss accountable, they aren't fired as often as you think.
Ivanov informed Ivanic about the current political situation in Macedonia and stressed that the post-election platform brought the country to a subordinate position, a position of being dependent on another country.
The role, which is a subordinate position to the CFO Susann Linde, includes responsibility for the controller department as well as line management responsibility.
The three-notch rating differential between the Senior Sukuk and Junior Bonds reflects the latter's subordinate position to the former in respect of security and priority of payment.
Throughout World War II, Mexico and Mexican Americans were relieved of their subordinate position in relation to the United States, as the latter country faced the problem of labour shortages.
His comments revealed a profound sense of frustration at the mayor's subordinate position to that of the mohafez, or governor, who can veto and delay the municipality's initiatives.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- There are two definitions for violence against women in the United Nations Declaration on the Elimination of Violence Against Women: "Violence against women is a manifestation of historically unequal power relations between men and women," and "Violence against women is one of the crucial social mechanisms by which women are forced into a subordinate position compared with men.