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However, many of us may not wish to relinquish the idea of being free agents.
Leaving Silicon Valley for Los Angeles or San Diego means relinquishing 8% of their annual pay, said the people, who asked not to be identified discussing internal policies.
You chose first and never relinquished control, working your way horizontally across the board by first selecting all six $200 clues, then all six $400 clues, and so on, until you finally selected all the $1,000 clues.
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You choose first and never relinquish control, working your way horizontally across the board by first selecting all six $200 clues, then all six $400 clues, and so on, until you finally select all the $1,000 clues.
Opponents of the amendment said Democrats were suckers to relinquish that power after Republicans nationwide have out-gerrymandered Democrats for years.
I have written to her, and to Mrs. Coningsby; and she is perfectly free: every bond is relinquished, but that of the heart.
The United States will adjudicate and settle the claims of its citizens against Spain relinquished in this article.
General Miller then relinquished the pursuit and returned to Yloilo to await reinforcements for a campaign through the Island.
Finally, with tears in his eyes, Tchaikovsky came round to Kashkins view, and relinquished his intention of writing this opera.
To that salary, however, Leeds had clung, year after year; and he now relinquished it with a very bad grace.

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