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Posted by Henry on August 19, 2003

In Reply to: Subject posted by sphinx on August 19, 2003

: Then how do you explain "He was the subject to their affection" Henry?

I don't recognise that as a normal construction. I would say either
He was the subject of their affection, or
He was subject to their affection.
Both carry a similar meaning.