They deny that his statement stands for capitulation
The cessation of plans to shrink Northern Rock is the first sign of capitulation
by Brown, though he won't admit it.
zy200908Bfootball-4); KNOCKOUT BLOW: Ian Banks had to watch a late capitulation
After the break, it was oneway traffic, but the extent of City's capitulation
would be concerning for whoever is in charge at the start of next season.
But the move seems an unnecessary capitulation
, for Salle's mismatched juxtapositions looked like digitally collaged images all along, even before computerized cutting and pasting became so easy.
The move was "a great capitulation
on the part of the Catholic church in the face of opposition to its pro-life, pro-family teaching," said Campaign Life Coalition president Jim Hughes, whose Quebec branch sponsored the event.
In the War of 1812, he captured the British frigate, HMS Macedonia; and in 1816 forced the capitulation
of the Barbary States.
of Leiden) focuses on the perception, theory, and practice of the capitulatory system in the Ottoman legal system in the 18th century, warning that perceptions about the system found in Western sources must be treated with caution because bankruptcies of foreign merchants in the Ottoman Empire were handled in a way that did not necessarily conform to the theory of the capitulation
or the perceptions of Western diplomats.
If you expect that markets will erode and go only to the low cost providers, you are engaging in capitulation
and abdication," she said.
Sixty years after the capitulation
of Nazi Germany the answer is, unfortunately, yes.
However, there is a more menacing subspecies of this phenomenon: the outlandish capitulation
In nine years at Norwich City and Wrexham, Haverfordwest player/manager Deryn Brace can never have seen a capitulation