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surrender

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

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By the end of November, 327 Maoists had surrendered in Bastar alone.
The surrendered Maoists hailed from the state's Narayanpatna area, which has long been regarded as a Maoist stronghold.
During the ceremony at downtown's Grand Park, Supervisor Knabe and Los Angeles County Fire Chief Daryl Osby invited families who have adopted safely surrendered babies and others who had a first-hand role in the program to light a candle in honor of the 100 infants safely surrendered in Los Angeles County.
Second, they should generate a comparable number of surrendered policies over the entire policy period to the number used to generate Table 1.
In South Wales, 600 owners have surrendered 2,251 guns and 200 have yet to do so.
surrendered the documents the next day, and a week later Matthew Cooper surrendered his notes fingering his source as White House Deputy Chief of Staff Karl Rove.
dropped two atomic bombs on Japan, which then surrendered, saving probably millions of lives.
If it need be termed surrender, then let it be so, for he has surrendered in word, not will.
After a man has surrendered, he should be treated exactly in accordance with the Rules of Land Warfare, and just as you would hope to be treated if you were foolish enough to surrender.
Doyle is the author of The Surrendered Wife: A Practical Guide for Finding Intimacy, Passion, and Peace with Your Man.
356 transaction (regardless of whether securities are surrendered ill the exchange).
When we looked closely at the chronology of events, we found that the speculators who purchased the surrendered land at $85 an acre presold more than half of the land at $300 an acre.