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v. sub·mit·ted, sub·mit·ting, sub·mits
1. To yield or surrender (oneself) to the will or authority of another.
2. To subject to a condition or process: submit a tissue sample to testing.
3. To present (something) to the consideration or judgment of another: We submitted our ideas to our supervisor. See Synonyms at propose.
4. To offer as a proposition or contention: I submit that the terms are entirely unreasonable.
1. To accept or give in to the authority, power, or will of another. See Synonyms at yield.
2. To allow oneself to be subjected to something: submit to an interview; submit to drug testing.

[Middle English submitten, from Latin submittere, to set under : sub-, sub- + mittere, to cause to go.]

sub·mit′tal (-mĭt′l) n.
sub·mit′ter n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.submitter - someone who yields to the will of another person or force
follower - a person who accepts the leadership of another
2.submitter - someone who submits something (as an application for a job or a manuscript for publication etc.) for the judgment of others; "he was a prolific submitter of proposals"
applicant, applier - a person who requests or seeks something such as assistance or employment or admission
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Information in Movers and Shakers is provided by the submitter.
He then took those trading positions into account when acting as a substitute submitter and on two occasions, obtained a broker's assistance to attempt to manipulate the Libor submissions of other banks, the FCA said.
From there, the hacker simply has to provide an email address and check a box asking to confirm the submitter is providing their own information-not much of a security check against an attacker who is aiming to hijack a person's credit.
Jonathan James Mathew, a LIBOR submitter, was sentenced to four years in prison.
For example, on July 28, 2006, the Rabobank submitter wrote to the Yen LIBOR submitter: "morning skipper.
Under this program, the IRS will issue an opinion or advisory letter as to whether the form of a 403(b) prototype plan or a 403(b) volume submitter plan, respectively, meets the requirements of Section 403(b).
If an issue is currently under the aegis of a structural unit, the Reference Committee might suggest collaboration between the submitter of the report and the chairperson of the structural unit to avoid a duplicative or divergent effort.
Expensify, available for Android, BlackBerry, iPhone, and Windows platforms, is free for individuals and $5 per submitter per month for corporate accounts.
Submitter to manager: "We are therefore being dishonest by definition and are at risk of damaging our reputation in the market and with the regulators.
master and prototype (M&P) and volume submitter (VS) plans).
Although not required, many submitters appear to have firsthand knowledge of the product--37 percent of published reports stated that the submitter was also the victim, and 24 percent stated that the victim was the child, spouse, parent, or other relative of the submitter.