subject to review


: not final until it has been examined further (by someone else)
The decision is subject to review by a higher authority.

Examples of subject to review in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web All opinions expressed below are entirely hers and were not subject to review by Rocky Mountaineer. Tamara Gane, Chron, 1 May 2023 Targeting suspensions are only subject to review in games in which instant replay is unavailable. Michael Lev, The Arizona Republic, 22 Sep. 2021 The league’s mandate covers the 21 or so productions that will be running between now and Oct. 31, when the rules will be subject to review. Washington Post, 30 July 2021 On the other hand, states have the power to declare martial law under state law, so long as the declaration abides by the Constitution and would still be subject to review in federal court. Jamie McIntyre, Washington Examiner, 21 Aug. 2020 This story was not subject to review by Disney and all opinions are entirely hers. Megan Dubois, Chron, 1 Apr. 2023 The plan also is subject to review by the city’s Historic and Design Review Commission and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Scott Huddleston, San Antonio Express-News, 13 Mar. 2023 Withdrawal requests are completed within five business days and are subject to review from Betfred as well as the applicable financial institutions. Chris Ilenstine, Chicago Tribune, 12 Feb. 2023 To allay some of these concerns, TikTok has proposed that its content recommendation and moderation systems will be subject to review by Oracle and an additional independent third-party inspector. Geoffrey A. Fowler, Washington Post, 3 Feb. 2023

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“Subject to review.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 19 May. 2024.

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