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1 I had to concede the logic of this.
2 The president is not expected to concede these reforms.
3 He was forced to concede there might be difficulties.
4 The organisers of the demonstration concede that they hadn't sought permission for it.
5 I was forced to concede that she might be right.
6 I created you concede the fact that I do not have to love again perfunctory explanation.
7 He kept on arguing and wouldn't concede defeat.
8 It's certainly big, I'll concede you that.
9 Injury forced Hicks to concede defeat.
10 The firm should concede a significant salary increase to its employees.
11 The President was obliged to concede power to the army.
12 The king finally agreed to concede further powers to Parliament.
13 He is not willing to concede any of his power/authority.
14 They had to concede that there was something in his teaching methods.
15 I'm willing to concede that I have hurt her, but that's not my real intention.
16 He was not prepared to concede that he had acted illegally.
17 Government officials concede their courts are not perfect.
18 That would be to concede total defeat.
19 Knowles refused to concede her error.
20 But scientists always say that: Advocates never concede defeat.
21 They were ... yes I now concede,[www.Sentencedict.com] complete and utter bozos.
22 Whoever won would then gracefully concede defeat and accept the winners' roster.
23 They were finally prepared to concede the meeting only when strongly advised to do so by the local education authority.
24 The majority concede that a complaint which is not supported by evidence of injury is unlikely to be pursued by the police.
25 The Georgian forces defended the capital but were finally obliged to concede.
26 After losing this decisive battle, the general was forced to concede.
27 A complete breakdown of budget talks could push rates back up, at least temporarily, analysts concede.
28 By kicking deep, and applying follow-up pressure, the intention was to force the opposition to concede the throw-in.
29 No one knew if he could finish the match or would be forced to concede.
30 Those who love their cricket history were forced to concede that this kind of combat could not be surpassed for entertainment.
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