subtopic

subtopic

one of the divisions into which a main topic may be divided
Not to be confused with:
subtitle – a secondary and usually explanatory title, as in a literary work
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sub·top·ic

 (sŭb′tŏp′ĭk)
n.
One of the divisions into which a main topic may be divided.
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subtopic

(ˌsʌbˈtɒpɪk)
n
a subject which forms part of a larger topic
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Figure 1 provides an illustration of an XML tag, that provides both the structural definition of an element (subtopic.section) in combination with the semantic definition of attributes of the element (Keyword-one, Keyword-two), for a fragment of FAs 16 on prior period adjustments.
For example, the reference 835-20-30-2 would mean paragraph 2 of section 30 of subtopic 20 of topic 835.
Every field is managed by two to four "heads of faculty," and each subtopic has two to four "section heads," who manage ten to sixty "faculty members." The heads of faculty have been selected on the recommendation of a "large number of scientists we talked to." They selected the section heads, who in turn selected the faculty members for each subtopic, upon approval of the heads of faculty.
Key findings from the self-assessment and recommended action items for NASCIO and state CIO offices are listed within the report per survey subtopic area.
Refer to Annex A of the IAEA Announcement for Scientific Guidelines for Authors, and make sure to indicate the category and subtopic in which the paper should be considered.
Users are invited to contribute examples, best practices, references, presentations, related links, and other information on any IFC topic or subtopic. Suggestions for enhancing the presentation or corrections to any of the related knowledge objects should be made to the Help Desk at issc@dau.mil or (703) 805-3459.
In five other parts, one subtopic apiece is spotlighted, including Medical Education in the part "Women in Curriculum," Leadership in Catholic Institutions in "Women Administrators," Feminist Pedagogy in "Feminism in the Academy," Salaries in Women Faculty," and Sexuality in "Women Students."
With a hierarchical search, the user is presented with a list of topics, from which he or she can pick a subtopic, which then leads down to another subtopic.
But the first subtopic under the Latin index's fourth locus, "on human powers or free choice," is "how free choice should be taught;" the only passage to which it refers, the opening of the Examination's discussion of the freedom of choice, opens with a warning against "stoic madness concerning the necessity of all actions in all aspects of reality, among animals and human beings, good and evil." It goes on to comment on the necessity of stressing human obedience to God's law as well as the distinction between external discipline and spiritual righteousness.
The potential application of non-natural macromolecular systems with almost biospecific-type functional properties will require that researchers in the complementing subtopic areas work and learn together.
Appendix VII provides the index to the quotations, organized by topic, and indicates the number of informants that contributed to a given subtopic. Maps (43 X 56 cm) depict the bowhead distribution and migration information provided by informants according to the six Inuit seasons.
Individual areas of measurement for each key topic were established by dividing the six key topics into 14 subtopics. One point was awarded for each subtopic discussed in the sample brochures.