subarticle

subarticle

(ˈsʌbˌɑːtɪkəl)
n
an article that forms part of a larger or main article
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If for any special reason, license has to be issued for an export oriented project, it should be subjected to parliamentary ratification as stipulated in Subarticle (1) and 2(d) of Article 279 of present Constitution, which specifies that agreements for division of natural resources and their use should be ratified by the parliament.
5 kv, 200-kv bil with load break attachments, with interrupter shunt allowing for a distance of 2-5/8" of separation between the interrupter trip arm and the switch blade interrupter pickup arm, with control rod and bell crank as described in subarticle 4d of division f2.
14 of the Rules of the Board of Regents, "failing to maintain an active registration with the Department in accordance with the requirements of this paragraph when a licensee engages in the practice of public accountancy pursuant to Education Law section 7401 or uses the title 'certified public accountant' or the designation 'CPA'" is considered engaging in "unprofessional conduct" in the practice of public accountancy under Part 29 of the Rules of the Board of Regents and subject to regulatory enforcement proceedings under section 6510 of the Education Law, Article 130, subarticle 3.
5, defends equality for all parents before the law, without distinction of any nature; ensuring in the subarticle L of the previously referred article, conditions so that the inmates can stay with their children during the period of breastfeeding.
Subarticle 13, [section][section] 95970-73 (detailing the requirements for qualifying offsets).
His industry work in the design and manufacture of valves for nuclear power plants was, to a great extent, an integral part of his ASME work to develop a valve design subarticle for ASME Section III.
In the five indexes added to the twenty-two-volume set documenting the Tokyo Trial, "rape" is included under the subarticle of "atrocities.
California Air Resources Board (CARB), Code of Regulations, CCR Title 17, Subarticle 1, Sections 95300 to 95312, approved Dec 2009, initially effectivity Jan 2010
The verification services to be provided shall be all the verification body requirements in subarticle 4 of the then current version of the Regulation.
Flagellum of the antenniform leg with 92 segments: 29 tibial subarticles and 63 tarsal subarticles.
Subarticles in boxes are generously spread throughout: "Close Encounters" provide biographical sketches, astronomy lore, and extensions to topics in the main text; "Astro Bytes" contain fun facts; "Star Words" define and explain the jargon; and "Astronomer's Notebook" entries expand on technical material and supply references, including many Internet addresses.
Two of the 12 subarticles of article 6 are related to women.