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“There are not 13 votes for this pile of crap Mnuchin is capitulating on,” said a third Senate GOP aide familiar with the discussions.
Even the liberal Chief Justice Centlivres capitulated, siding with the government’s appointees.
SDG&E, Berkshire Hathaway and other prospective bidders pressured the mayor to remove the clause, and he capitulated.
These big cuts were coming and everyone in Sacramento capitulated.
Yet is there an immortal courage and prophecy in every sane soul that cannot, must not, under any circumstances, capitulate.
Thence he moved upon Fort Beau-sejour, and forced the garrison to capitulate after a bombardment of four days.
Called upon to capitulate in 1814, he threatened to blow up the fortress unless the allied forces at once retired.
Anderson agreed to capitulate and Wigfall hastened to so inform General Beauregard.
Retreat was impossible; Mack was defeated on every hand, and he shut himself up in Ulm, where he was soon compelled to capitulate.
Armed with this secret, he could bestow the victory on M. Fortunat, and force M. de Coralth to capitulate.
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