Sinclair agreed to be the subordinate entity allowing Nexstar to control programming for WUHF.
Each of the four provinces became subordinate entities and had far fewer powers than the Canadian provinces or Australian states.
Characteristic - subordinate entities that describe kernel entities.
In the natural course of competition and heredity, some chiefs must have become very powerful, acquiring various laūks and kāims as subordinate entities.
All of these subordinate entities were separate administrative units within the director general's office.
Arius asserted that the Son of God was a subordinate entity to God the Father.
Moreover, the republics now figured as independent entities acting together to protect their own interests, not as subordinate entities maneuvering to wrest powers from a stubborn center.
A ministry is usually composed of a headquarters and a number of departments, boards or other subordinate entities, and statutory boards.
International law, competing branches of government, and authorities reserved for subordinate entities (such as federated states or republics) represent legal infringements on exclusivity.
In 1947 they created the Cataloging Agency, a subordinate entity in charge of managing the Joint Army-Navy Catalog System.