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surrender

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

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Gunman Raoul Moat would have eventually surrended to police and "passed his gun over", according to one of his friends.
Burton crazily surrended 6-5 to a stoppage time goal in their last home game against Cheltenham.
Essex, theoretically still in the promotion equation, were outplayed on the last day at Chelmsford before Glamorgan surrended pathetically in the face of fine seam-bowling by Neil Carter and Chris Woakes.
The Swiss took a 6-5 lead and turned the screw in the 12th game as Murray surrended two points at 30-30 but the British number one hit a brilliant volley on the stretch to force a tie-break.
Like ancient evolving entities the struggle permits one surrends the others, leaving extinction and senses of loss of sensibility and humanistic feelings between the competitors.
Changing it would require unanimity and France would never surrended what it sees as a key symbol of its role in the creation of the EU.
And mice climbed the pole, lowered the flag, surrended the fort.
Boatright surrended to Detroit police officers Nov.
"You may interpret it that way kung meron silang (if they have) an oust Duterte move or plan to oust him and that will culminate in October 2018 at sila na ang nagsasabi na (and they are ones saying) they will paricipate, then it somehow confirms the report and again these are from recovered documents and testimonies of those who have surrended," Arevalo said.
Our links with America are long: in the peak year of 1799, ships sailing from Liverpool carried over 45,000 slaves from Africa to the Americas; during the American Civil War, the Confederate Navy Ship CSS Alabama was built at Birkenhead and the CSS Shenandoah surrended here, the final surrender and end of the war; 1840 saw Cunard's first ship, RMS Britannia, leave Liverpool for Boston.
Birmingham housewives even surrended saucepans to be melted down to help build the Spitfires, just as Cadbury's workers donated metal tins to go towards the manufacture of weapons.
It was the 11th shutout of the season for the Big East champion Bluejays (15-3-2), who have surrended 10 goals in 20 matches this season.