sub.

sub.

abbr.
1. subaltern
2.
a. suburb
b. suburban

sub.

abbreviation for
1. (Journalism & Publishing) subeditor
2. (Music, other) subito (in music)
3. subscription
4. substitute
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It doesn't take long for a kid to learn one form or another of the game Sink the Sub.
It's data like this that have administrators in these districts concerned: With teachers out of the classroom (for any reason) at least 8 percent of the time per year, that adds up to an entire year of a student's K-12 education spent with a sub.
A lot of folks are under the impression that anybody can be a sub.
In the TAM, the IRS reasoned that the transfer of all of the assets of Subs to S3 in the merger gave rise to a deemed corresponding transfer of S3 stock to each Sub.
P directly owned all of the outstanding stock of S1 and Sub.