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submission in Law topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsubmissionsub‧mis‧sion /səbˈmɪʃən/ ●○○ AWL noun  1 [uncountable]OBEY the state of being completely controlled by a person or group, and accepting that you have to obey themforce/frighten/beat etc somebody into submission Napoleon threatened to starve the country into submission.in submission His head was bowed in submission.2 [countable, uncountable]GIVE when you give or show something to someone in authority, for them to consider or approve The deadline for the submission of proposals is May 1st. Plans were drawn up for submission to the housing council. Submissions will not be accepted after May. 3 [uncountable] formalOPINION an opinion or thought that you state syn view It is important, in my submission, that a wider view of the matter be taken.4 [countable] lawSCL a request or suggestion that is given to a judge for them to consider
Examples from the Corpus
submissionIt is, in part, a submission of the self to discipline.In its submission to the Royal Commission on Criminal Justice, the association claimed as many as 700 prisoners could be innocent.If the member is found guilty, he is entitled to make submissions on the question of any penalty.I turn to consider the respective submissions on the other three issues.That submission I have already rejected.The closing date for the submission of full validation documentation is 28 February 1989.The deadline for the submission of proposals is April 1st 1992.force/frighten/beat etc somebody into submissionI don't know how many more times I can beat this face into submission.He will not bruise or beat the reluctant into submission like many evangelists down the centuries!for submission toThe necessity for submission to greatness had now come to be placed in stark opposition to a scholarly pluralism.The chief estimator then prepares the bid proposal for submission to the developer.