subsect

subsect

(ˈsʌbˌsɛkt)
n
a sect within a larger sect
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To illustrate this point, a transformation from a USL model to a template-based use case description will be explained in details in SubSect. 5.3.
(2016b) use occurrence data for species of Centaurea subsect. Phalolepis--based mostly on specimens from the BC herbarium--to reconstruct their distribution during the LGM in Anatolia.
The company announced on Thursday that LDC - a subsect that has already invested in more than 90 businesses - has bought out the existing private equity backers, Growth Capital Partners (GCP), and provided extra cash for Fishawack as part of the deal.
With respect to the system of light flashes in Subsect. 2.2, let us impose the condition in some inertial frame that [P.sub.0] = [[summation].sub.i] [p.sub.i0] = 0.
Kern.) Halacsy (subsect. Serpyllastrum Villar) found in the other Regions [16].
The margin pressure problem was compounded by the disintermediation of funds as depositors withdrew funds seeking higher rate alternatives to time and savings deposits subsect to Q ceilings.
Alevis, a significant minority in Turkey, are classified as a subsect of Shia Islam.
Marulsidappa, one of the eminent Kannada scholars at the protest meet to condemn the murder of Dr Kalburgi in Bangalore had explained that Kalburgi's work had touched on sensitive questions that divide mainstream Lingayats from the minor subsect of Veerashaivas, who believe that their tradition precedes Basava - and blamed him for the degradation of the movement.