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submission

1. Law
a. an agreement by the parties to a dispute to refer the matter to arbitration
b. the instrument referring a disputed matter to arbitration
2. (in wrestling) the act of causing such pain to one's opponent that he submits

Submission

Elliott, Anne
reluctantly gives up her fiancé on her family’s advice. [Br. Lit.: Jane Austen Persuasion in Magill I, 734]
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When my interference had restored my unworthy rival to his freedom, could I submit to the degrading necessity of seeing her in his presence, of speaking to her under his eyes?
citizen, submit a copy of one of the acceptable documents (a complete list is available on the Board's web site by clicking on "Application Downloads").
Commanders determine whether supply sergeants or soldiers will submit orders.
So if you need to submit claims electronically, check eligibility electronically, or are a Medicare provider, your provider organization must obtain an NPI.
Among them are validating and improving the models used by the EPA to assess risks of chemicals; requiring chemical companies to submit testing results of chemicals with PMNs; letting the EPA regulate chemicals if they pose a "significant" risk to health or the environment rather than the more stringent "unreasonable" risk; and setting national goals for reducing the overall use of toxic chemicals.
Therefore, as noted in the attached memorandum, beginning August 1, 2005, DFAS will reject any non-electronic invoices submitted by MOCAS contractors unless the contractor has provided documentation/rationale to the contracting officer showing that it is unable to submit payment requests in electronic form.
A CPA should use a DA to submit form 2848 to the IRS.
Taxpayers meeting this criteria must submit Form 656-A, Offer in Compromise Application Fee Instructions and Certification.
RSS Submit is an automated software tool which submits RSS feeds to the RSS search engines and directories.
Submit eight copies of a one-page resume for each participant via a Microsoft Word document or PDF.
Writers can submit as many stories as they wish, with an entry fee of $10 per story.
The Articles database allows users to submit, search, and share published and unpublished articles of interest in the security assistance community.