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use "capitulate" in a sentence

Mary Sue Hubbard and the GO, however, did not simply capitulate.

By 1885, di Tiro felt that the Dutch were ready to capitulate.

Once more he calls upon de Haro to capitulate on 21 October, threatening to burn the city, but he is rebuffed.

Tucker 2010, p. 224. The rest of the fleet, however, continued on to New Orleans, which was forced to capitulate a few days later.

No, because the people of his generation had been determined that

the Jewish people would never again capitulate in the face of genocide.

Tsipras had to capitulate or be kicked off the euro.

Greed incites us to buy stocks when they're high; fear then makes us capitulate and sell when st

ocks are low.

On one occasion, however, he did capitulate.

But JetBlue - with just a 3-percent profit margin - appears ready to capitulate, declaring recently that bag fees are on the table.

Both women capitula

te to the moment, to holding each other.

He saw Oxford capitulate in June 1646 and Worcester in July.

Downing predicted that the Dutch would capitulate without a fight.

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