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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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According to the election commission, the candidates who are not able to submit their party tickets will be declared as independent candidates and they will be allotted election symbols.
"We will submit the reply after Islamabad High Court (IHC)'s hearing scheduled for December 5," PTI lawyer told the commission.Irked by PTI's response, the petitioner claimed that the case has been pending for the past three years and PTI leaders are resorting to delaying tactics to evade the investigation.
Therefore, under the legal framework for the beginning of a new Congress, the beginning of a new President's term, and the deadline for the submission of the budget, all outgoing Presidents prior to the 1990 change were obligated to submit a budget.
The Administrative Contracting Officer (ACO) shall promptly review any documentation/rationale showing why the contractor is unable to submit payment requests in electronic form.
However, if the employee furnished the employer with a new Form W-4 chiming a complete exemption from withholding or more exemptions than stated in the IRS's request, the employee had to submit a written statement to the employer, along with the new Form W-4, stating the reasons for the exemption(s).The employer then forwarded that information to the IRS.
The preferred way to submit an SF 368 is online at:
Requiring authors to submit microarray data to the public databases will provide a number of distinct advantages to the entire research community:
TEI Member Comments: Not all taxpayers submit claims late in the audit cycle or at Appeals.
As long as they have the national Program's approval, agencies may use any of the previously mentioned electronic media to submit the data.
This time he had to submit the bid to a selection committee allegedly filled with CPC board members and those sympathetic to the sponsor.
Public companies and others using the new EDGARLink software will find it easier to create and submit filings, include graphics and image files in HTML documents and use the Internet to download and send submissions to the SEC.
We describe a method that can improve the quality of surveillance data by identifying counties that submit lower numbers of animals for testing than their surrounding counties.