THERE was another sign of the times at Motherwell this week as their failure to capitulate
to a greedy player (or probably agent) brought a positive response from fans.
SIX-TIMES English champions Bath prop up the Premiership table, but coach Jon Callard vowed, "We are not going to capitulate
after just two games.
But for such a ball of pragmatic optimism to capitulate
so quickly and thoroughly at the first sign of trouble is just too, well, Mike Leigh.
the weekly news magazine out of Edmonton, portrayed a snoozing bishop with the words: "See no evil: Canada's somnolent Catholic bishops capitulate
on gay rights to cover up a same-sex spousal benefits deal with the victims of their homosexual priests.
If the equity were to give up all of the gains and break below support, there is a good deal of optimistic sentiment that could capitulate
and add further pressure on the shares.
NUNS coach Chris Tarbuck was scathing in his criticism of his players after watching them capitulate
I predict that every SUV driver who isn't already on the anti-war express will finally capitulate
and climb aboard.
They were charged with defending Mosul,Iraq's third biggest city and still in the hands of Saddam Hussein loyalists, According to American television reports the corps,originally 30,000 strong,and the Governor General of the Mosul region in northern Iraq, were prepared to capitulate
to US forces.
So upon boarding the team charter late Wednesday night, coach Phil Jackson had no choice but to capitulate
to his players' desires.