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[səb]
(petroleum engineering)
A short, threaded section of pipe used to adapt portions of the drilling string that otherwise cannot be screwed together because of variations in thread or design.

SUB

On drawings, abbr. for “substitute.”

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Dr Butale also asked the minister if officers assigned duties outside their station were paid subsistence allowances as opposed to commuted allowance.
About 149 people received subsistence allowance and 117 people got financial assistance to pay the penalties for illegal stay, which included small fines and fees (approximately Dh400 for each) for taking exit clearance papers to leave the UAE.
Lacson Sr., a former PNP chief, on Wednesday pressed for an investigation, voicing concern that delaying the daily subsistence allowance and explosive ordnance disposal hazardous pay for the PNP-SAF, 'if true,' could trigger 'demoralization' among members of the elite force that the senator noted are 'the front liners in fighting terrorism and criminality.'
Subject to this law accredited BHWs, who are dynamically and frequently performing their obligations shall be allowed to receive a subsistence allowance, training, education, hazard allowance and career enhancement programs, one child scholarship, civil service eligibility, free legal assistance, and preferential access to loans and loans facilities of government lending institutions (RA 7883).
Details of the hearing, to take place at Gardner Systems in Wavertree on August 9, allege: "On each of the above dates you claimed sufficient hours and hours in excess of those worked in order to obtain subsistence allowance."
Mr Nuttall, North West MEP, claimed the daily subsistence allowance just 30 times in 2012 and has donated PS12,400 to UKIP since election in 2009, according to the Electoral Commission.
A buffet lunch will be provided before the meeting starts, and all delegate travelling expenses will be met, along with a pounds 20 subsistence allowance.
From today the subsistence allowance for single over-25s will be cut by 16 per cent to the same level now received by younger adults.
The subsistence allowance, worth Au9,125 a year, can be claimed for food and drink any night they spend away on business and was introduced this month in a new parliamentary green book.
In most business environments, if your job requires you to stay away from home overnight, you are allowed a subsistence allowance for necessary expenses, provided you submit the receipts.
A new daily racing tax-free subsistence allowance of pounds 6 will also be paid to staff taking horses to the races and will be paid over and above the hourly rates for time spent away from the yard outside normal working hours.
Consequently, a "pay raise" evenly distributed among the three components is better for junior personnel, because basic pay (which is taxed) increases greatly with pay grade, but the housing allowance (untaxed) increases much less from pay grade to pay grade and the subsistence allowance (also untaxed) is the same regardless of pay grade.