subject case

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Noun1.subject case - the category of nouns serving as the grammatical subject of a verb
grammatical case, case - nouns or pronouns or adjectives (often marked by inflection) related in some way to other words in a sentence
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Although this paper focuses on subjective optimal strategies, objective optimal strategy search methods are first analysed since such methods can suggest efficient search methods for the subjective case as well.
"Their job is to gather evidence and present a subjective case."
The subjective case is used for the subject of a sentence.
iss nay kuch adat hee rishta jor kisam###iss nay (subjective case, Anaphorical
It read: "It is our strongly held conviction the FA and the panel it selected constructed a highly subjective case against Luis Suarez based on an accusation that was ultimately unsubstantiated.
The statement read: "It is our strongly held conviction that the Football Association and the panel it selected constructed a highly subjective case against Luis Suarez based on an accusation that was ultimately unsubstantiated.