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Week 155 - 157: Subject is open!

In all of it's varied and wonderful forms. I love that there are different pronunciations, and just a small sampling of some of the great ways to use it below.

sub·ject [n., adj. suhb-jikt; v. suhb-jekt]

noun
2.a branch of knowledge as a course of study: Rodney received PhDs in two subjects.
3.a motive, cause, or ground: a subject for complaint.
5.the principal melodic motif or phrase in a musical composition, especially in a fugue.
11.a person or thing under the control or influence of another.
12.a person as an object of medical, surgical, or psychological treatment or experiment. (ie, Michael.)
13.a cadaver used for dissection.
16. Metaphysics . that in which qualities or attributes inhere; substance. [someone smarter than me uses this to talk about the Asurans.]

adjective
17. being under domination, control, or influence (often followed by to ).
19. open or exposed (usually followed by to ): subject to ridicule.
21.being under the necessity of undergoing something (usually followed by to ): All beings are subject to death.

verb (used with object)
23. to bring under domination, control, or influence (usually followed by to ).
25. to cause to undergo the action of something specified; expose (usually followed by to ): to subject metal to intense heat.
26. to make liable or vulnerable; lay open; expose (usually followed by to ): to subject oneself to ridicule.

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