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surrender

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

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Their surrender has already brought to 16 Abu Sayyaf members that have surrendered in Sulu since January.
Forty-three surrendered, three refused to surrender, and the rest were not at home, he added.
Referring to the rebel militants who surrendered their arms, Zehri remarked that the decision to surrender arms will prove to be beneficial for them.
This surrender runs until November 26 and I urge persons who possess weapons they wish to dispose of to do the right thing and surrender during this period.
Explaining that no firearm would be refused, Chief Insp Gould added: "The surrender not only applies to firearms and ammunition, but includes replica firearms, air weapons, BB guns, imitation firearms, component parts and other ballistic items.
Make the date the request is received the effective date for the surrender.
Sources further said that at least four TTP commanders also surrendered to authorities and there is a possibility that more Taliban members could surrender in a couple of days.
QUETTA -- At least six facilitators of militants have surrender to Frontier Corps Balochistan in a ceremony held in Noshki, on Monday.
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.
The Confederate surrender at Greensboro; the final days of the Army of Tennessee, April 1865.