sub-branch

sub-branch

n
a further branch or division of something within an already established branch or division
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sub-branch

[ˈsʌbbrɑːntʃ] Nsubdelegación f
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It currently employs more than 500 staff at the Bangkok branch and a sub-branch in Laem Chabang, Chonburi.
NBP has arranged a launching ceremony of 'Workers Foree Remittance Account' at the newly opened sub-branch located at Protectorate of Emigrants Office, Karachi, said an NBP press release on Monday.
The Football Kenya Federation (FKF) Lamu sub-branch has slapped a three-year ban on Monaco FC for causing chaos at the end of this year's Maulid Cup tournament final match against Deep Sea FC at Twaifu ground.FKF North Coast branch chairman Fuad Ali Adi said that the sub-branch has also banned four players for the same period for "roughing up the referee.
Informative touch screens located at multiple contact points throughout the Sub-branch also serve to educate and inform customers on the Bank's innovative products and services.
The medallion was sent by The Doyalson-Wyee RSL Sub-Branch, in New South Wales, Australia, for the president of the South Shields Royal Legion to wear on Remembrance Day and ANZAC Day each year.
Rawalpindi -- 3 million rupees bogus receipts have been discovered in sub-branch of the Rawalpindi Excise and Taxation department.
Basic algorithms and methods from computational intelligence, a sub-branch of artificial intelligence, are presented, followed by their applications in financial forecasting in combination with other prediction methods such as traditional computational techniques, artificial neural networks, and hybrid evolutionary methodologies.
* For a Type-1 branch, there is only one sub-branch (Fig.
And a series of sub-branch meetings has been organised this month for new members to meet each other.
Manulife-Sinochem, a life insurance joint venture between Canada's Manulife and China's state-owned oil and fertilizer company Sinochem, said it is further expanding its businesses in southern China's Guangdong province by opening a sub-branch in Shantou.
'The Anzac period of 2010 will long be remembered as the time Flo the nurse joined her male colleagues at the front of our club,' Merrylands RSL Sub-Branch President John Murphy told the gathering.