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submit someone or something to something

to allow someone or something to undergo the effects of something. I hate to submit you to all this questioning, but that is the way we do things here. Don't submit your car to a lot of misuse.

submit to something

to surrender to something; to agree to something. He submitted to the cross-examination. She will probably refuse to submit to surgery.

submit to

1. To give in to some authority, power, or desire of another: The children are at a rebellious age and refuse to submit to the wishes of their parents.
2. To allow oneself to be subjected to something: The pledges submitted to the humiliation of the fraternity's hazing rituals.
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If you answer "yes" to any of the renewal questions regarding arrests, disciplinary action or substance abuse treatment, you will be required to submit certified documents showing the final disposition of the case as well as a personal letter of explanation regarding the incident(s).
CPAs can complete, submit and update their applications online.
Registered users of RSS Submit may add an unlimited number of RSS feeds for submission, unlock more RSS search engines, and receive upgrades to the latest version at no charge by using the update feature built into the software.
As long as they have the FBI's approval, agencies may use any of the previously mentioned electronic media to submit the data.
Taxpayers already under audit will have 90 days from the date of the Revenue Procedure to submit valid claims and have them addressed in the current cycle.
The selected contractor must also submit required reporting prior to receiving final payment.
KOR did not submit anything," said Kumar Kancherla, the former board president who was also named in the lawsuit.
It may seem like just another paperwork drill, but the impact of the report you submit will be felt for years to come, ensuring that the historical record recognizes your command's accomplishments and lessons learned.
Prior to this he submitted a bogus degree to participate in the elections which was declared fake by Peshawar University but Sardar Ali insisted that it was not his degree so he was directed by EC to submit the original one and upon submitting the degree it was declared as fake second time as well.
Agencies will submit a copy of their acquisition of services policy and a chart illustrating the agency oversight function.
According to News Release IR 2005-45, employers are no longer required to submit copies of Form W-4, Employee's Withholding Allowance Certificate, to the IRS, when an employee earning $200 or more claims more than 10 allowances or a complete exemption from withholding, as was required under previous regulations.
Good ideas don't go anywhere and failures don't get corrected unless you submit them on a SF 368, Product Quality Deficiency Report (PQDR).
Lawrence, "there is an insinuation that the more people who submit your school, the better.
Authors should be strongly encouraged to submit data to the databases during review.
1, a group that wanted to place a charter initiative on the Glendale ballot had 200 days to submit signatures after publishing notice of the petition with the city clerk.