Submit is an EP by the British band Pitchshifter, released in 1992. Fitting somewhere between an EP and a full-length album, it was the last album to feature Stuart Toolin in the band.
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... on behalf of a particular composer) may submit an application for a general commission ... for both types of commissions during the same year and should submit no more than one proposal to any program ...
... The band later joined the British label Earache Records where they released their EP Submit ... Later, Stuart Toolin left the band, and the band hired Matt Godfrey to fill his place for some shows ...
1997 Invited to submit a proposal for a Museum of Archeology in Herne, Germany. 1999 Invited to submit proposal for the programming and urban structure of the BergWerke in Aahlen. 1999 Invited after pre-qualification to submit a proposal for the expansion of World Intellectual Property Organisations headquarter in Geneva ...
... free and open-source, and thus, any developer is free to view, edit and submit code to the project ... of the program, make modifications, and submit them for review ... Anyone can also submit requests for new features ...
... Submit was originally released in 1992 on vinyl and CD ... The original CD release (in 1992) did not have the two live tracks and featured "Silo" as a hidden track ...
More definitions of "submit":
- (verb): Make over as a return.
- (verb): Yield to the control of another.
- (verb): Refer for judgment or consideration.
- (verb): Hand over formally.
- (verb): Put before.
Example: "I submit to you that the accused is guilty"
Synonyms: state, put forward, posit
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—Hermann Goering (18931946)
“Our affluent society contains those of talent and insight who are driven to prefer poverty, to choose it, rather than to submit to the desolation of an empty abundance. It is a strange part of the other America that one finds in the intellectual slums.”
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“Municipal laws are a supply to the wisdom of each individual; and, at the same time, by restraining the natural liberty of men, make private interest submit to the interest of the public.”
—David Hume (17111776)