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  Chapter 4 Subordinate Lodges
Subordinate lodges, whether under dispensation or chartered, shall have such powers, and only such powers, as are conferred upon them by the Constitution, Regulations, laws, edicts, and decisions of the Grand Lodge.
Subordinate lodges, and not the Grand Lodge, shall confer the degrees.
A subordinate lodge, although incorporated prior to the adoption of this CODE, is in all respects subject to the laws of the Grand Lodge notwithstanding its incorporation.
www.grandlodge-nc.org /education/code/004.html   (358 words)

  
 subordinate - Definitions from Dictionary.com
The verb meaning "to bring into a subordinate position" is recorded from 1597.
(of a clause) unable to stand alone syntactically as a complete sentence; "a subordinate (or dependent) clause functions as a noun or adjective or adverb within a sentence" [syn: dependent] [ant: independent]
Example: A colonel is subordinate to a brigadier.
dictionary.reference.com /browse/subordinate   (425 words)

  
  RFC 3296 (rfc3296) - Named Subordinate References in Lightweight Directory
Named Subordinate References A named subordinate reference is constructed by instantiating a referral object in the referencing server with ref attribute values which point to the corresponding subtree maintained in the referenced server.
In general, the name of the referral object is the same as the referenced object and this referenced object is a context prefix [X.501].
Case 1: The target object is not held by the server and is not within or subordinate to any naming context nor subordinate to any referral object held by the server.
www.faqs.org /rfcs/rfc3296.html   (3053 words)

  
  The Subordinate Clause
A subordinate clause--sometimes called a dependent clause--will begin with a subordinate conjunction or a relative pronoun and will contain both a subject and a verb.
Correctly attach a subordinate clause to a main clause.
Subordinate clauses can begin with relative pronouns [and thus are called relative clauses, a type of subordinate clause].
www.chompchomp.com /terms/subordinateclause.htm   (778 words)

  
  AFSCME International Constitution   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Officers and employees of all subordinate bodies of the Federation shall be bonded at the expense of the subordinate bodies through the International Union office for amounts to be determined by the executive boards of the respective subordinate bodies, subject to the approval of the International Executive Board.
All financial records of subordinate bodies of the Federation, including financial records concerning any health and welfare, pension, insurance or other benefit programs covering members of such subordinate bodies, shall be retained, in their original form, for a minimum of six years from the date of such records.
Any subordinate bodies so directed to merge or consolidate shall, at their request, be granted a hearing before the International Executive Board prior to the effective date of the required merger of consolidation, and shall, in any case, be given a reasonable period of time in which to accomplish such merger or consolidation.
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 Internal Revenue Manual - 4.75.24 Organizations Covered by a Group Ruling
Intermediate or subordinate organizations that do not desire consolidation of their appeal with the appeal of other subordinates or the central organization will be transferred individually to the Appeals Office serving the area that conducted the examination.
Subordinates in a foreign country and private foundations cannot be included in a group exemption.
The subordinate organization submitted its financial data to the parent organization to be included in the group return filed under the parent's GEN. The Form 5773 and Form 895 stated that there was no statue of limitations for the assessment of tax on the subordinate organization because it did not file a Form 990.
www.irs.gov /irm/part4/ch52s22.html   (2325 words)

  
 Highbeam Encyclopedia - Search Results for subordinate
SUBORDINATION In grammatical theory, a relationship between two units in which one is a constituent of the other or dependent on it.
The subordinate unit is commonly a subordinate clause organized ‘under’ a superordinate clause.
Congruence of self and subordinate ratings of managerial practices as a correlate of supervisor evaluation.
www.encyclopedia.com /SearchResults.aspx?Q=subordinate   (840 words)

  
 Subordinate
Heretics proposed that the Son is subordinate in being or essence to the Father.
He states that the early church fathers conceived of subordination primarily in the sense of administration within the Trinity and he also states that early church councils described all three divine persons as identical in essence (ousia) while the three are economically different, voluntarily.
The creeds speak of the subordination, distinction, and union of the three persons without implying an inferiority of any; since all three persons have a common divine essence, they affirm the Son's subordination to the Father, and the Spirit's subordination to the Father and the Son.
www.discernment.org /subordin.htm   (3542 words)

  
 Rule 5 -- Responsibilities of a Subordinate Attorney   (Site not responding. Last check: )
A subordinate attorney shall comply with this part notwithstanding that the subordinate attorney acted at the direction of or under the supervision of another person.
Rule 3 if the subordinate attorney reports to his or her supervising attorney under Rule 3(b) evidence of a material violation of which the subordinate attorney has become aware in appearing and practicing before the Commission.
A subordinate attorney may take the steps permitted or required by Rule 3(b) or (c) if the subordinate attorney reasonably believes that a supervisory attorney to whom he or she has reported evidence of a material violation under Rule 3(b) has failed to comply with Rule 3.
www.law.uc.edu /CCL/p205/205.5.html   (239 words)

  
 Leader Reward Behavior and Subordinate Satisfaction and Performance
The relationships between each component of leader reward behavior and subordinate satisfaction and performance were studied across 4 main classifications of occupational skills - administrative, technical, professional, and service.
The relationships between punitive reward behavior and subordinate satisfaction and performance were different, however, among the 4 skill groups.
It was proposed that variations in the findings from skill group to skill group may be due in part to the nature of the task performed by each group.
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 Search Results for "subordinate"
...A subordinate rib used in Gothic vaulting to connect the intersections and bosses of the primary ribs.
A plot subordinate to the main plot of a literary work or film.
As a minor or subordinate matter: by profession a lawyer and incidentally a musician.
www.bartleby.com /cgi-bin/texis/webinator/sitesearch?FILTER=col61&x=10&y=12&query=subordinate   (295 words)

  
 AFSCME - Article IX - Subordinate Bodies   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The charter of each subordinate body shall conform to the Constitution, laws, rules, and regulations of the Federation, and in default thereof such charter may be suspended or revoked in accordance with procedures provided by this Constitution.
The term “dues trust account” shall mean an account of a subordinate body into which all dues, including payments in lieu of dues made pursuant to agency shop or similar provisions, and all per capita taxes or similar payments, are deposited upon their receipt by such subordinate body.
Meetings of subordinate bodies, whether chartered or not, that are affiliated with a council or unaffiliated local shall be open to accredited representatives of such council or local.
www.afscme.org /publications/1920.cfm?print=1   (5644 words)

  
 Clauses: the Essential Building-Blocks
Another term for dependent clause is subordinate clause: this means that the clause is subordinate to another element (the independent clause) and depends on that other element for its meaning.
Subordination involves turning one of the clauses into a subordinate element (one that cannot stand on its own) through the use of a Subordinating Conjunction (sometimes called a dependent word) or a Relative Pronoun.
When the clause begins with a subordinating word, it is no longer an independent clause; it is called a dependent or subordinate clause because it depends on something else (the independent clause) for its meaning.
grammar.ccc.commnet.edu /grammar/clauses.htm   (1914 words)

  
 Sp. Gr. (Sequence of Tenses)
Proper use of tense in the subordinate after present tenses in the principal.
When the verb in the principal sentence is in the present, present perfect, future, future perfect, or is a command, the subordinate if calling for the subjunctive mood will use the present subjunctive.
When the verb in the principal sentence is in the preterite, imperfect, pluperfect, or conditionals, the subordinate if calling for the subjunctive mood will use the imperfect subjunctive.
www.columbia.edu /~js2348/gseqxa.html   (1890 words)

  
 Introduction to Subordinate Clauses
Put the subordinate class in the initial position of the sentence and use a comma to set it off from the main clause.
If they form only a phrase or if there is only a single word after the subordinator, then you do not have a subordinate clause: usually you are looking at a prepositional phrase.
In this example, I have italicized the sentences that have subordinate clauses, and I have boldfaced the subordinate clauses themselves.
www.ndsu.nodak.edu /ndsu/dasulliv/style/subclaus.htm   (553 words)

  
 Trusteeship Requirements
The term “subordinate body” means “subordinate labor organization.”; Any trusteeship imposed over a body that meets the definition of “labor organization”; is subject to the trusteeship provisions.
A trusteeship exists whenever a parent union suspends a subordinate union's constitutional or statutory autonomy; that is, whenever the parent assumes control over affairs that the subordinate would normally handle itself.
The limited 18-month presumption of validity for trusteeships in section 304(c) of the LMRDA is further evidence of Congress' concern that a trusteeship be only a temporary action and that the parent union and trustee should initiate positive action to remedy the imposition of the trusteeship as rapidly as possible.
www.dol.gov /esa/regs/compliance/olms/trustreq.htm   (3666 words)

  
 Rules of Court
(1) "Subordinate judicial officer" means an attorney employed by a court to serve as a commissioner or referee, whether the attorney is acting as a commissioner, referee, or temporary judge.
(5) If the subordinate judicial officer requests an opportunity to respond, the presiding judge should allow the subordinate judicial officer an opportunity to respond to the notice of the intended final action, either orally or in writing as specified by the presiding judge, in accordance with local rules.
(2) If the subordinate judicial officer resigns while an investigation is pending, the presiding judge shall within 15 days of the resignation, or as soon thereafter as is reasonably possible, forward to the commission the entire court file on any pending complaint.
www.cjp.ca.gov /rulesofct.htm   (2587 words)

  
 Options for Restructuring the Army
The largest single element of the theater structure (besides the subordinate corps) is the theater support command, which includes a number of area support groups to provide rear-area logistics support, a petroleum group, an ordnance group, a transportation command, and potentially a medical command (see Figure A-3).
The number of subordinate battalions in any command depends on the number of subordinate corps and divisions assigned to the theater as well as on operational factors.
The largest single element of the corps structure (other than the subordinate divisions) is the corps support command, which includes a corps support group (CSG) for the corps itself, one CSG for each subordinate division, and a medical brigade.
www.cbo.gov /showdoc.cfm?index=6348&sequence=4   (3209 words)

  
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Named Subordinate References A named subordinate reference is constructed by instantiating a referral object in the referencing server with ref attribute values which point to the corresponding subtree maintained in the referenced server.
That is, if the object is within multiple naming contexts, the nearest naming context is the one which is subordinate to all other naming contexts the object is within.
Zeilenga Standards Track [Page 6] RFC 3296 Named Subordinate References in LDAP Directories July 2002 Case 1: The target object is not held by the server and is not within or subordinate to any naming context nor subordinate to any referral object held by the server.
www.ietf.org /rfc/rfc3296.txt   (3009 words)

  
 Definition of subordinate - Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary
Learn more about "subordinate" and related topics at Britannica.com
Find more about "subordinate" instantly with Live Search
See a map of "subordinate" in the Visual Thesaurus
www.m-w.com /cgi-bin/dictionary?book=Dictionary&va=subordination   (51 words)

  
 BDC Perspective: Subordinate financing - a lesser known financing alternative- BDC
However, he emphasizes that subordinate financing is not a formula-driven solution and can be customized to specific needs, depending on factors such as business seasonality, working capital requirements and the repayment structure.
Subordinate financing can provide the necessary funds for an existing management team to invest in the company.
Subordinate financing is often used to finance working capital for growth, which enables companies to increase revenues and profits.
www.bdc.ca /en/my_project/Projects/articles/SF_lesser_know_financing_alternative.htm?iNoC=1   (823 words)

  
 SIUE Writing Center - Modules continued
In subordinate clauses, look to see how they are used in the clause they are in.
No commas are used when the subordinate clause is necessary to identify what is being discussed.
Nouns or subordinate clauses that follow a noun and rename it, called appositives, are set off by commas.
www.siue.edu /IS/WRITING/modules-SC.htm   (302 words)

  
 Subordinate Management   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Tasks can be organized hierarchically - instead of being registered directly at a task-nexus, a task can be registered as a subordinate of another task, with arbitrary depths of tree structures possible.
Function called as a notification when a subordinate is registered at the task.
Function called as a notification when a subordinate is unregistered.
www.psatellite.com /products/html/manta_api/group__subs.html   (263 words)

  
 Dynamic Subordinate Listbox
The subordinate listbox then fills with names of cities in that state, province, or region.
The main listbox and the subordinate listbox can be part of a larger form -- subscription, feedback, registration, survey, shopping cart, any web page form to be processed with JavaScript or a CGI program.
If your CGI program requires that the form or the subordinate listbox have certain specific names, or you just want to change the names from those in the demonstration, near the top of the JavaScript are settings where those names can be specified.
willmaster.com /possibilities/archives/wmp20030729001.shtml   (669 words)

  
 Subordinate conjunctions
Subordinate conjunctions are words or phrases that connect a dependent clause or adjective or adverbial phrase to an independent clause.
As you will notice, when the subordinate conjunction comes at the beginning of a sentence, it nearly always means that a comma will follow soon, usually after the end of that clause..
Using a subordinate conjunction to combine the sentences not only makes the style better, but it also tells us that the decision was made after Josie had studied the reports.
programs.northlandcollege.edu /owl/Subordinate_Conjunctions.htm   (556 words)

  
 Subordinate Clause - Definition   (Site not responding. Last check: )
A subordinate clause is usually introduced by a subordinating element such as a subordinating conjunction or relative pronoun.
It depends on the rest of the sentence for its meaning.
Subordinate clauses normally act as single part of speech.
www.englishplus.com /grammar/00000010.htm   (121 words)

  
 Amazon.com: "subordinate conjunctions": Key Phrase page   (Site not responding. Last check: )
With respect to subordinate conjunctions, these are borrowed more often than predicted, but this may be due to the fact that there are...
Subordinate conjunctions attach themselves to the beginning of a full-blown clause (a string of words that could stand alone as a sentence)...
a subordinate conjunction, indicating that the ideas are not of equal importance.
www.amazon.com /phrase/subordinate-conjunctions   (546 words)

  
 Spanish Grammar drill
The Subjunctive is used in subordinate sentences in Spanish most of the time but not always.
The 'English test sentence' is constructed as follows for noun subordinates: Express yourself as closely as possible, both in meaning and in structure, with an English equivalent compound sentence.
The 'English test sentence' is constructed as follows for adjectival subordinates: Express yourself as closely as possible, both in meaning and in structure, with an English equivalent compound sentence.
www.columbia.edu /~fms5/hsub.html   (2000 words)

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