subbureau

subbureau

(ˈsʌbˌbjʊərəʊ)
n
(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) a bureau subordinate to the main bureau
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Gangs that appeared to be most active in a given police subbureau were allocated all gang crimes within that sub-bureau.
I believe that Shen was implying a capsule history of ensemble music: the Han court assigned certain old entertainment songs to a court troupe (I see pu as a subbureau of artisans, not Egan's abstract "category").
I have limited the data collection to central government departments, more specifically to the ministerial secretariate that comprises all staff and line units of the departments in their main domicile and encompasses every unit from the department in toto--bureau secretary general, directorates general, the directorates, the head divisions, and subdivisions, the subbureaus and subsections.