surrender


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surrender

The cancellation of a lease or other contract by mutual agreement of the parties.

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It had never been mounted, much less fired, and in the darkness after the surrender it was taken with its supplies and put out of the way under the arches of the great Dexter building.
She was wrecked as in the previous century endless barbaric cities had been bombarded, because she was at once too strong to be occupied and too undisciplined and proud to surrender in order to escape destruction.
Time and time again I cried to them to surrender, promising them their lives if they would do so.
What will become of you if you don't surrender to us?
It is the surrender of the greatest to run risk and danger, and play dice for death.
And in all the world she was the only human being that could surrender it to his immense desire.
He watched the rising tide of impenetrable gloom with impatience, as if anxious for the coming of a darkness black enough to conceal a shameful surrender.
KNIVES and swords handed in from across West Yorkshire during a weapons surrender will be transformed into a sculpture.
It is believed that getting them ( Maoists) to surrender hurts them more than any anti- Maoist operation and arrest, as it demoralises the top leadership and the cadres.
She recognizes that most believers know about serving and serve well, but what is often overlooked is the surrender and sacrifice.
State police said their case is being recommended for rehabilitation under the surrender policy of the Odisha government.
31, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Wynn Las Vegas daylife and nightlife venues will diversify in the year ahead by adding a variety of styles and artistry to residencies at Encore Beach Club, Surrender, Tryst and XS nightclubs.