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Abiding in Christ, our will will be His will, as to desiring that which will most advance the divine life and promote confidence in God, and all our desires for material blessings will be subordinated to this motive.
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In 1836 and again in 1840, Clay was prominent before the Conventions of the Whig or National Republican party, but other interests subordinated his claims to nomination, and the election of Van Buren by the Democrats in 1836, and of Harrison by the Whigs in 1840, kept him still in abeyance.
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Of course, it is valuable as an aid to recollection-it is a challenge to memory-but it is particularly helpful in that it makes the big essential points in a course stand out in relief with minor points properly correlated and subordinated.
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She was not looking at him, but with eyes gazing straight ahead was revealing that latent, inexplicable power which, when it appeared at the surface, so strongly dominated and subordinated her beauty and her sex.
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The whole material of the legend is subordinated to legislative designs: the modifying influence of the law on the narrative is everywhere apparent.
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The violence of party spirit has been mitigated, and the judgment of the wise is not subordinated to the prejudices of the ignorant.
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In the opera all is subordinated to the music, the dresses, and the scenery;—the poetry is a mere vehicle for articulation, and as little pleasure is lost by ignorance of the Italian language, so is little gained by the knowledge of it.
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Henry VII (1485-1509) had subordinated to the crown both the nobility and the parliament, and the patriotic support of the middle class he had secured.
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Such Calvinistic churches as were governed by assemblies or synods of presbyters were called Presbyterian; those which subordinated the "minister" to the control of the people in each separate congregation were styled Independent, or Separatist, or Congregational.
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As Henry VII humbled the nobility, so Henry VIII and Elizabeth subordinated the Church to the crown.
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Then he subordinated his whole foreign policy to securing general European recognition of the right of Maria Theresa to succeed to all his territories.
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Everything was subordinated to the question of foreign war.
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In 1800 the local government of the whole country was subordinated to him.
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But to bring all Continental states into line with his economic campaign against Great Britain was a colossal task, to the performance of which he subordinated all his subsequent policies.
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Rights of property, of liberty, are merely conditional, subordinated to the superlative divine right of life.
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What will the world think of us, must be subordinated to, what is the best for my young sister, whose cross it is my duty to lighten?
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The time had come when he, and such as he, felt that other party questions were of minor importance, and that everything else should for the time be subordinated to the supreme question of slavery.
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Arrested_.[17] To see respectable-looking strangers arrested, foretells that you desire to make changes, and new speculations will be subordinated by the fear of failure.
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The ideas are sometimes described as many, coextensive with the universals of sense and also with the first principles of ethics; or again they are absorbed into the single idea of good, and subordinated to it.
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Afterwards his son, King Louis, abolished the infantry and began to enlist the Switzers, which mistake, followed by others, is, as is now seen, a source of peril to that kingdom; because, having raised the reputation of the Switzers, he has entirely diminished the value of his own arms, for he has destroyed the infantry altogether; and his men-at-arms he has subordinated to others, for, being as they are so accustomed to fight along with Switzers, it does not appear that they can now conquer without them.
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Examples of Subordinated

Example #1
Right here must come in a line of truth that will lead us from the spirit of dictation in our prayers to God in all matters pertaining to our worldly concerns.
Example #2
We cannot tell what is for our highest spiritual good.
Example #3
In 1844 Clay was again the Whig candidate, the chief issue being the admission of Texas, but he was defeated by Polk and the Democrats; and after that the paramount slavery question pushed him aside, and he dropped out of the race.
Example #4
In 1832 he was an intensely popular candidate of the National Republicans, especially the merchants and manufacturers of the North and East and the friends of the United States Bank; but Southern hostility to his tariff principles and the rally of "the people" in support of Jackson's war on moneyed institutions threw him out again in notable defeat.
Example #5
The review question is a guide to the pupil whereby he may see the relative significance of the work he has covered.
Example #6
The great purpose of this type of question is to systematize knowledge.