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subdomain

A lower-level component of a domain name. For example, www.mycompany.com and support.mycompany.com are subdomains of mycompany.com, which is known as a "second level domain." See naked domain, zone and root domain.
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There were significant improvements in the Lequesne index of pain and daily activities subdomains as well as the total score.
In this subsection, we first construct auxiliary subdomain meshes together with corresponding standard finite element (FE) spaces and matrices.
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In total, we found negative changes in all four major domains and within eight of the 18 subdomains.
These portions will be called subdomains, which can overlap within a domain although they represent discrete applications that practitioners cannot readily migrate from one vocation to another.
The basic category of "Caribbean" is reduced to allude to a relevant subdomain, as explained in the following diagram:
that whereas a "website's domain name signifies its source of origin," a subdomain does not.
The measurement model included three broad domains (communication, decision making, and interpersonal style); each had several subdomains (Table 1).
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