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1. It was capitulation.
1. Some call this capitulation.
1. From the dynamic of capitulation.
1. Still, a breach need not mean capitulation.
1. Harami requires confirmation or capitulation.
1. There’s a steep down move and capitulation.
1. The final stage is revulsion—panicky capitulation.
1. Duncan remained to settle the terms of the capitulation.
1. To the south of China, Vietnam also resisted capitulation.
1. Normally, the capitulation drug is administered to animals.
1. Then the stupidity of Capitulation made us civilized slaves.
1. He groaned at her capitulation and drew her flush against him.
1. They treated for an honorable capitulation, receiv'd writing and.
1. Mason, British Vice-Consul, to arrange the terms of capitulation.
1. I slumped down in my chair, holding my hands up in mock capitulation.
1. Mercy, Your Highness! Sarmouth raised his free hand in capitulation.
1. His one capitulation to common sense was to take a water cannon and ten.
1. Well, is it true that it’s peace and capitulation? asked Nesvítski.
1. Whatever, I don’t care is apathy’s capitulation to mindless slavery.
1. Her capitulation and genuine interest in his feelings about Stump deeply impressed him.
1. Capitulation is heavy and desperate selling potentially indicating the end of the sell order.
1. Winston Churchill called it the "worst disaster" and "largest capitulation" in British history.
1. The confirmation comes with the Three Inside Up and capitulation comes with Falling Three method.
1. At the capitulation the Cubans were not represented, despite the aid they had gratuitously given.
1. I told her that was exactly what I wanted to be and we signed a truce, or rather, her capitulation.
1. Eight days before the capitulation of Paris he had just exchanged with a comrade and entered the cavalry.
1. The capitulation of France is only weeks past, and already he has seen things he did not dream he would see in six lifetimes.
1. The terrifying power of the atom bomb would have forced them to surrender, just as it forced the capitulation of the even more stubborn Japanese.
1. Print, online, TV, wherever, all I could do was hope my wife saw me playing good husband, saying the words she wanted me to say: capitulation, complete.
1. Once the news of the Italian capitulation was broadcast to the troops on their way to the beaches of Salerno, few men in 5th Army anticipated much trouble.
1. It proved difficult to find a leader among the survivors, but ultimately capitulation was effected not only for the Q’asa-marka but also for their allies, the Huamachucu.
1. What do I have to do? It was an admission, a capitulation, and he considered taking it back, putting pressure on her instead, to see if she had any proof or if she was bluffing.
1. General Shafter, the generals of divisions and brigades, and their staffs, and an escort of cavalry rode beyond the lines at ten o'clock, to receive the capitulation of Santiago.
1. I remember thinking at the time how could those people go through with so final an act of capitulation with nature‘s rugged beauty on display for all to marvel and contemplate.
1. Both mused a little while in silence, when Montcalm renewed the conversation, in a way that showed he believed the visit of his guest was solely to propose terms of capitulation.
1. It is not simply that we are not seeking escape, but our lives of passive capitulation not only hinders others' escape, but also creates the oppressive gravity of their unbearable slavery.
1. It is possible that the Indians and stragglers of the enemy may intrude, in which case you will remind them of the terms of the capitulation, and threaten to report their conduct to Montcalm.
1. Thatcher, who is in the midst of a bitter reelection campaign, now sits with Gorbachev in the Kremlin, speaking to him about his recent capitulation to America in reducing his arsenal of nuclear missiles.
1. On the assumption that a beachhead could be established on British soil, Raeder stated there was a danger that the Royal Navy would cut off supplies to German troops, isolate them and force their capitulation.
1. Whilst I understood the principal it worried me that the concept of capitulation (even capitulation in an attempt to build goodwill) may just as well create a feeling from the other side that the negotiation had not even begun yet.

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