from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • n. A particular form of subalgebra

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. An under factor or agent.


sub- +‎ factor (Wiktionary)


  • Finally, in evaluating the purpose and character of a secondary use of a copyrighted work, courts will consider the "subfactor" of whether the defendant acted in good or bad faith.


  • Cloud-in-the-Sky, however, grunted at them, and raised the bowl of his pipe towards the subfactor.

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  • The best viral systems are designed to maximize acceptance factor and passing factor by optimizing each subfactor.

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  • These elements are just two of seven elements in the production subfactor of the capability evaluation factor, all of which receive less weight than price.

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  • The GAO determined that the Army erred in evaluating one element of the broader production capability subfactor.

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  • This subfactor weighs only slightly in favor of Plaintiffs, as the Court finds that Defendant reasonably believed its use was ultimately fair.


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