Thesaurus / relinquish


Officials there told Kaper that mothers who chose anonymity at the time of relinquishing their children couldn’t be revealed, and have denied his requests.DESPITE MIXED RESULTS, SOUTH ASIAN ADOPTEES TURN TO DNA TESTSBHAVYA DOREOCTOBER 20, 2020QUARTZ
On top of this, my ex was able to post false information about me on “liars and cheaters” forums enabled by Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act, which allows digital platforms to relinquish ultimate responsibility over user-posted content.AMERICA’S BACKWARDS PRIVACY LAWS LEAVE WOMEN VULNERABLEJAKEMETHOCTOBER 12, 2020FORTUNE
Trusting creators to know their audience and deliver great content means it’s OK for the brand to relinquish a degree of control.DEEP DIVE: HOW THE SUMMER OF 2020 FORCED BRAND MARKETING TO CHANGE FOR THE BETTERJIM COOPERSEPTEMBER 14, 2020DIGIDAY
Still despite some recent forced innovation, journalists in particular can be a symbolic bunch, reticent to relinquish time-honored traditions, processes and language more reminiscent of the inky fingered days when the print product reigned supreme.THE CLOSURE OF NEWSROOMS IS A SYMBOLIC END OF A PUBLISHING ERALARA O'REILLYAUGUST 18, 2020DIGIDAY
When an employee walks into a meeting they are relinquishing control.HOW TO MAKE MEETINGS LESS TERRIBLE (EP. 389 REBROADCAST)STEPHEN J. DUBNERMAY 28, 2020FREAKONOMICS
Gradually he began to feel a little sheepish, but nevertheless he did not relinquish his desire to break up the service.THE CHEQUERSJAMES RUNCIMAN
Was it certain that the united force of all her neighbours would be sufficient to compel her to relinquish her prey?THE HISTORY OF ENGLAND FROM THE ACCESSION OF JAMES II.THOMAS BABINGTON MACAULAY
I resolved, rather than act further, to relinquish the handsome payments he made to me from time to time.THE DOCTOR OF PIMLICOWILLIAM LE QUEUX
Several instances have proved the people are determined to relinquish the barbarous system of commandoes for stealing cattle.ROBERT MOFFATDAVID J. DEANE
The men left their floating prisons only to relinquish comfort and to "rough it."THE BRITISH EXPEDITION TO THE CRIMEAWILLIAM HOWARD RUSSELL


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