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1 His capitulation has been condemned by some comfortable historians, unthreatened by a London mob and remote from Stapledon's horrifying end.
2 Its cadres were decimated, whether through discouragement, capitulation, imprisonment, or outright murder.
3 There is no specified form for capitulation.
4 They were protected until the capitulation of the fort.
5 Bear markets often end not in capitulation but stupefaction.
6 In this case the capitulation may contain other than military stipulations.
7 Investor capitulation is one of the final signs he looks for at a bear - market bottom.
8 Oddly,(www.Sentencedict.com) even market pundits who believe in capitulation admit they can't define it.
9 Lord Luce's capitulation to pressure from the Duke of Edinburgh has stored up huge problems for the future.
10 Violation of the terms of a capitulation by individuals is punishable as a war crime.
11 The bloodshed lasted beyond the German capitulation in the Netherlands and Denmark on 5 May 1945 and even beyond Germany's general surrender on 8 May 1945.
12 Talk about capitulation! Judging from my mailbag following last week's coverage of the Case-Shiller housing numbers, almost nobody has a good word to say about the real estate market any more.
13 I'm not suggesting capitulation.
14 So for capitulation to happen, markets will have to be hit by a big, negative news event, and for the rebound to be sustainable, the overall environment would have to improve.
15 It is during capitulation that a selloff course, and prices begin to feel for bottom.
16 He nodded with a peculiarly male satisfaction at her capitulation.
17 It wants to control, and fiercely resists its own capitulation.
18 In addition, the victor sees it as a sign of capitulation by his opponent.
19 Opposing forces in the dispute over the bill claimed victory, accused each other of capitulation and disagreed over what the compromise meant.
20 It was as if, having goaded her to the point of total capitulation, he'd opted for a wary cooling-off period.
21 The main dissent came from conservative Republicans who saw the compromise as merely disguising an administration capitulation on affirmative action and quotas.
22 He had ordered the opening of the city gates and capitulation.
23 Talk to enough investors and you get an idea of whether we have capitulation.
24 And bull markets aren't a guarantee even when there is a capitulation.
25 The third is the coexistence of armed resistance and capitulation in China.
26 A surrender may be effected without resort to a capitulation.
27 The invading army had massacred many of the garrison after capitulation.
28 A clearing out of stocks marks a kind of economic capitulation.
29 Chief of staff of 64th army General-Major I. Laskin formally accepted capitulation of the Southern German pocket.
30 He entered Richmond the day after its surrender, and heard of Lee's capitulation.
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