subject (one) to (someone or something)

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subject (one) to (someone or something)

To force one to tolerate, endure, or deal with someone or something. I'm sorry for subjecting you to my dad's political rant. He can't talk about anything else at dinner. They subjected the prisoner to all sorts of physical and mental torture to extract information from him.
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subject someone or something to something

to cause someone to endure someone or something. I didn't mean to subject you to Uncle Harry. I am sorry I have to subject you to all this questioning.
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subject to something

likely to have something, such as a physical disorder, The sick man was subject to dizzy spells. I am subject to frequent headaches.
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subject to

To cause someone to undergo or experience something: The commander subjected the troops to daily inspections. The oil platform was subjected to extreme weather.
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EPA evaluated three trials in which human volunteers had been subjected to doses of pesticides hundreds of times greater than levels the U.
To assure that participants are not subjected to undisclosed risks or harms, informed consent processes must be consistent with Common Rule requirements.
The 21 item instrument was subjected to a reliability analysis using the SPSS Reliability Program.
Custodial subjects who invoke the Miranda right to counsel and, thereafter, are released on bond or bail lose the protection of their invocation and may be subjected to government-initiated interrogation at a later date.
3121(v)(2) and 3306(r)(2) or from a nonqualified deferred compensation plan under which the amounts were not properly subjected to FICA and FUTA taxes in earlier years.
The theoretical potential of the spiritual is subjected to the same intellectual scrutiny by the editors as are the essays in the rest of the text.
So when little girls die in research, or when mentally ill patients are subjected to experimental harm, or when pregnant women don't know they are in studies, it is a systemic problem: one that points out inherent flaws both in the way the government is organized to protect citizens, and in the very nature of having some human beings poke, prod, cut and drug the rest of us.
Once an amount is subjected to FICA taxes, it and the income it earns are not taxed again (i.
Police managers should ensure that the fingerprints of every person subjected to a full-custody arrest are submitted to a state identification bureau or central records repository.
3121(v)(2)-1(a)(2)(iii), as required by the statute, provides a nonduplication rule, exempting from FICA taxation any amounts previously subjected to FICA and earnings attributable to those amounts.
She doesn't seem subjected to Joe, as he is the one who rushes to satisfy her demands.
The imposition of a state tax will be valid if: (1) there is adequate nexus between the corporation subjected to the tax and the particular state, (2) the tax is fairly related to the benefits provided the taxpayer by the taxing state, (3) the tax does not discriminate against interstate commerce, and (4) the tax is fairly apportioned.
Second, they can expect that a portion of their total income will be subjected to multistate income taxation.
The expenses included in this account may then be fully subjected to the percentage limitation of Sec.