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They treat the women like waitresses begging for tips perhaps not so much out of pure sexism — though certainly that exists — but because they ceded broad rights to a bigger network partner for the sake of the rake-off.
Although Wright feels certain with so much advanced technology—“it’s a great time to be mapping”—what’s less certain is whether the work scientists, governments, and companies are doing will be enough or cede results soon enough.
Clear skies keep the sun on full display, but cool air is slow to cede ground.
Republicans cede the economic debateThere are numerous signs of this.
Belgium, however, now refused to accede to the arrangement, by resolving not to cede Luxembourg.
Determined to give France no commercial advantage, he refused to cede either Senegal or Goree.
The patricians were willing to cede nothing to the Gracchi, and they were decimated by Marius.
Apparently there was an absence of preparation, of specific orders from high sources in the event of having to cede ground.
A TRAVELLER IN WAR-TIMEWINSTON CHURCHILL
By this treaty the Chippewas cede four miles square, reserving the right of a place to fish at the rapids, perpetually.
Serbia did not cede a single yard of territory, nor did she pay one cent of indemnity.

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