Definition of Subcodes

1. Noun. (plural of subcode) ¹



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Definition of Subcodes

1. subcode [n] - See also: subcode

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Subcodes

subclinical
subclinical absence
subclinically
subclonal
subclone
subcloned
subclones
subcloning
subclump
subclumps
subcluster
subclustered
subclustering
subclusters
subcode
subcodes (current term)
subcoeruleus
subcohort
subcollection
subcollections
subcollege
subcollegiate
subcolonies
subcolony
subcolumn
subcolumnar
subcolumns
subcommand
subcommander
subcommanders

Literary usage of Subcodes

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1. Digestive Diseases of the U. S.: Epidemiology and Impact edited by James E. Everhart (1994)
"If, however, subcodes specific to gastritis had been used, data would have been limited to the ninth revision and may not have been available for surveys ..."

2. Exploring Biological Diversity, Environment, and Local People's Perspectives by Douglas Sheil (2002)
"The following subcodes are used in addition: fruit garden (f), cocoa (cc), coffee (c). A = Agriculture - Cultivated in the year of survey. ..."

3. Copyright & Home Copying: Technology Challenges the Law by DIANE Publishing Company (1995)
"... digital subcodes currently in (digital) recordings. If these markings were recognized by recorders, they could be used to provide protection from direct ..."

4. Selling to the Military (1993)
"The listing suggests "General Purchase" for all the subcodes of group 70. This means that contracts for ADP equipment and support are awarded not only by ..."

5. Copyright & Home Copying: Technology Challenges the Law by DIANE Publishing Company (1989)
"subcodes (indexes and other information needed for control and display functions of the CD player) are also added to the bit stream. ..."

6. Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Supreme Court of Judicature of by Indiana Supreme Court (1856)
"Napoleon's code arranged the laws of France in five subcodes, but with a somewhat different classification from the above. It is not our business, however, ..."

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