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Definition of Subrule
1. a subordinate rule [n -S]
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Literary usage of Subrule
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1. Idaho Forestry Best Management Practices: Compilation of Research on Their by Kathleen A. Seyedbagheri (1998)
"For each individual BMP listed under each subrule, the information relevant to that ... Each is identified by its subrule designation within the rules and ..."
2. New York Leading Cases Annotated: (cited L.C.A.) Selected Ruling Cases Fron edited by Hiram Morris Rogers (1914)
"To these may be added a subrule laid down by Mr. Lawson in his well-known ... The only authority cited by Mr. Lawson in support of this subrule is People v. ..."
3. The General Ordinances of the North-West Territories: In Force September 1 by Northwest Territories, Reginald Rimmer (1907)
"... in the same manner as in the preceding subrule provided in respect to the examination of an existing officer of a corporation but this subrule shall not ..."
4. Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Supreme Court of Montana by Montana Supreme Court, Henry Nichols Blake (1888)
"Lawson on Expert Evidence, 476, subrule 4. It appears that this has been the generally received doctrine in the English courts, and it is said to have been ..."
5. Creation and Governance of Human Genetic Research Databases by Christina Sampogna (2006)
"18. Cho, Mildred (2003), "Confidentiality and Data Management", Background Paper for the Tokyo Workshop. 19. subrule concerning Measures for personal ..."
6. Reports of Cases by New York (State). Court of Appeals (1891)
"The general rule that the common master is not liable for an injury to a servant caused by the negligence of a co-servant, is not invaded by the subrule ..."
7. Minutes by Michigan State Board of Education (1878)
"He said that subrule 2, page 3 should read "20 years of age" rather than "18 years of age." Eighteen years of age was proposed as being consistent with the ..."