SUB


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SUBSubstitute
SUBSubmarine
SUBSubject
SUBStudent Union Building
SUBSubwoofer (bass frequency speaker)
SUBSubmissive
SUBSubscriber
SUBSubtract
SUBSubroutine
SUBSubcontractor
SUBSubservient
SUBSpringfield Utility Board (Oregon)
SuBSinn und Bedeutung (conference)
SUBSubject Marker
SUBSupplementary Unemployment Benefits
SUBSports Utility Bike
SUBSurabaya, Indonesia - Juanda Airport (Airport Code)
SUBSit-Up Berth
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The sub has to be able to pick up the baton and carry the ball while [teachers are] gone," says Kim Lindley, director of staff development for Capistrano Unified School District in San Juan Capistrano, Calif.
Since 2002, the 2,500-teacher district has used an online application system that's raised the bar in both numbers and variety of sub applicants, says Deborah T.
The cost is about $24 more per day for each sub, but that's offset by administrative time saved and by the district no longer having to maintain unemployment and workers compensation benefits (a state requirement for temp employees).
i])/i [member of] I} is ) semi open cover for X and has a finite (i, j) semi open sub cover.
i])/i [member of] I} is) semi open cover for Y and has a finite) semi open sub cover.
j] respectively, which implies U' and V' admits finite sub covers which in turn gives rise to the finite sub covers for U and V respectively.