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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsubsectionsub‧sec‧tion /ˈsʌbsekʃən/ ●○○ noun [countable]  PARTa part of a section, especially in a legal document
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subsectionIn each case it may be possible to print out target costs against each subsection and therefore quantify any profit or loss.Her findings and conclusions, even though focused on foundations, support nearly all that has been discussed in the preceding subsections.But the need to define has already been discussed in a previous subsection.But the subsection tantalizingly offers more than it gives.The alternatives must both be made available to the subject if the plain purpose of the subsection is to be achieved.The subsection combines, therefore, a restitutionary remedy and a compensatory remedy.The subsection provides a simple method of solving the difficulty created if a licensing board is not timeously or fully elected.Of course there can be differentiation by outcome within subsections of structured questions without those subsections themselves being differentiated.
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