These consequences form the subject-matter of David Hemenway's careful and comprehensive study, Private Guns, Public Health.
This vast sweep of subject-matter has a grand effect of countering any tendency to polemic or sectarianism.
The bill abolishes renewals and provides for three terms, according to the subject-matter.
And it concerned the subject-matter of the speech of Folco and his friends.
At any rate (and this is the main point), the subject-matter of the present Address is narrowed.
The second point to be considered in a history is the subject-matter.
In these reprinted leaflets the reader will find many methods of presentation of a great variety of subject-matter.
The logical form continues, but the subject-matter is changed.
Every special performer needs the power of criticising the quality and the subject-matter of his own work.
There is a difference of opinion as to the subject-matter which bestows immortality.