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subject in Government topic

subjectsub‧ject3 /səbˈdʒekt/ ●○○ verb [transitive]  formalPGCONTROL to force a country or group of people to be ruled by you, and control them very strictly subject somebody/something to something→ See Verb table
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subjectResponses to natural challenges thus continually free humanity from its environment and at the same time subject it to the resultant solutions.Most authors of political business cycle models subject their models to econometric or other forms of testing.Exhaust gases are then subjected to an air injection which encourages unburnt fuel to ignite in the exhaust manifold.The only sign of this disorder is the splitting of albumin into two distinct bands when serum is subjected to electrophoresis.To what extent are club doctors subject to pressure to agree to players playing while injured?Because they lead somewhat unusual lives, college teachers are often subjected to this type of elaborate caricature.Physiological mechanisms which control the population dynamics are also subject to variation and selection.