Thesaurus / surrender

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At least that’s how it looks through the lens of Western science, where all things come to an end, winding down in a final surrender to entropy.
When Mahmoud Abdelkader ceded his last company, Balanced, a financial tech, or fintech, firm where he worked as chief technology officer, to longtime rival Stripe in 2015, the surrender meant only temporary defeat.
Salisbury, with the mob behind him, knocked on July Perry’s front door and demanded his surrender.
On the morning, when the Americans had paraded to surrender, tears were seen coursing down the cheeks of Gen. Moultrie.
Few are aware of what has taken place, or know that their surrender had been agreed to by M. Jules Favre.
Charleston, after a forty days' siege, was forced to surrender.
And the Countess had to surrender, with an implication that it was the only course open in dealing with a lunatic.
WHEN GHOST MEETS GHOSTWILLIAM FREND DE MORGAN
Preston appears also singlehanded to have climbed the wall of the Tower, and have summoned the guard to surrender.
Surrender or starvation were staring him with ugly insistence in the face.
Their surrender would benefit not only themselves but all the Britons.
BERIC THE BRITONG. A. HENTY

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