are subject

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  • Not being subject to any other being, and not being subject to need.
  • However, the weather is subject in all parts of the state to change.
  • The area has been subject to much bad press over the years.
  • The number having reduced by four all of which have been subject to property development.
  • The state may be subject to severe weather from spring through summer into fall.
  • This view point, however, is subject to change in each election campaign.
  • If the ship does not stop, then the ship is subject to capture.
  • It is this last point that has been subject to the most debate.
  • Little more than one percent of this reserve has been subject to human development.
  • The road had been subject to a long-running campaign for expansion.
  • His story has been subject of numerous books and films.
  • The songs on the album have also been subject to numerous cover versions over the years.
  • This was subject to change as new issues were published.
  • She now was subject to the authority of her husband.
  • Some of them are free, and none of them are subject to digital rights management.
  • The chairman's position is subject to re-election every three years.
  • It is time for the supreme leader to be subject to the constitution too.
  • Any particular area, therefore, could be subject to several powers, or none.
  • Most but not all High German areas are subject to this change.
  • The board's work has been subject to considerable controversy throughout the years.
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