Definition of Sublimits
1. sublimit [n] - See also: sublimit
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sublimits
Literary usage of Sublimits
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Soviet Military Policy Since World War II by Richard Felix Staar (1986)
"... details on sublimits are available as of this writing. The Soviet proposal, of course, is conditioned on preventing American deployment of any effective ..."
2. Hostage to Revolution: Gorbachev and Soviet Security Policy, 1985-1991 by Coit D. Blacker (1993)
"6. 25. See Arms Control Today, January/February 1988, especially pp. 4-16. 26. Two issues remained particularly nettlesome: the negotiation of sublimits on ..."
3. Fortress U.S.S.R.: The Soviet Strategic Defense Initiative and the U.S by William R. Van Cleave (1986)
"... if the Soviet Union adhered to the numerical launcher limits and sublimits contained in SALT II, which it does not seem to be doing). ..."
4. The Other Side of the Table: The Soviet Approach to Arms Control by Michael Mandelbaum (1990)
"... ranging from sublimits and permissible silo modifications to the very definition of what constituted a heavy missile. The Soviets in October rejected a ..."