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(1) The number of students at a college can be subject to considerable fluctuation.
(2) The arms trade should be subject to rigorous controls.
(3) Peasants used to be subject to the local landowner.
(4) Flights to New York may be subject to delay.
(5) Prices may be subject to alteration.
(6) The competitors will be subject to random drug testing.
(7) The business conduct of this bank will be subject to UK rules.
(8) Clinics will be subject to a new code of conduct and stronger controls by local authorities.
(9) Trains may be subject to delay on the northern line - we apologize for any inconvenience caused.
(10) Employee appointment to the Council will be subject to a term of probation of 6 months.
(11) They may also be subject to domestic merger control.
(12) The itinerary may be subject to minor amendment.
(13) Firms issuing false certificates might be subject to lawsuits(Sentencedict), but these are expensive.
(14) Governing bodies will still be subject to the local and national agreements enshrined in existing staff contracts.
(15) Agricultural land, for example, may be subject to a tenancy agreement or grass keep.
(16) Do not place the computer where it will be subject to large variations in temperature or near a radiator.
(17) These procedures will all be subject to a further critical examination when the Phase 2 validation is completed.
(18) Students failing to comply with the rules will be subject to the provisions of Ordinance 1985/7, Students Discipline.
(19) All parties in Crown Court matters should be subject to tight timetables and wasted costs orders, including judges and listing officers.
(20) This would be subject to strict regulation and only banks would have access to deposit insurance.
(21) Each distinctive type should be subject to a rigorous set of explicit rules of discipline.
(22) They may also be subject to similar constraints and failures.
(23) The sum remaining from his fees will be subject to further deductions for income tax, national insurance and national insurance self-employed tax.
(24) A right of access should, however be subject to safeguards against damage and intrusion on privacy, he said.
(25) They will of course be subject to a number of conditions such as inter alia a given level of profits and due diligence.
(26) A candidate who engages in plagiarism shall be subject to disciplinary proceedings. 12.
(27) The designation of special marine reserves and marine sanctuaries shall be subject to the State Council for approval.
(28) In any case, future agree-ments on multilateral action will still be subject to top-level consensus.
(29) In other countries, he said, such organizations would immediately be subject to severe penalties.
(30) The demonstration of a central stimulation of alkaline bile flow suggests that bile secretion may be subject to central modulation.
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