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1 You must give way to any pedestrians on the crossing.
2 When entering a roundabout, give way to any traffic already on it.
3 Give way to traffic coming from the left.
4 Give way to traffic already on the roundabout.
5 Give way to traffic coming from the right.
6 Don't give way to your fears.
7 We must not give way to their demands.
8 In Britain, give way to cars coming from the right.
9 A powered vessel should give way to sail — it is an unwritten rule of the sea.
10 Isolated showers will give way to more generalized rain later in the day.
11 You have to give way to traffic coming from the right.
12 He should give way to a younger, more decisive leader.
13 Crying will probably give way to laughter.
14 Within seconds black streets give way to walled farmland.
15 The run-down villas and cement footpaths give way to dusty tracks and wooden shacks.
16 How sensible she had been not to give way to any of his blandishments.
17 The elder child may be made to give way to the demands of the younger one in order to keep the peace.
18 I watch chalky earth plains give way to natural forest and fear for their future.
19 He resolutely refuses to give way to the temptation to blame the local inhabitants for their problems.
20 Coconut and banana trees quickly give way to a dim still forest.
21 Good advice you just have to give way to these obstinate creatures.
22 Judicial notions of justice must generally give way to those expressed by Parliament where they are inconsistent.
23 We had not been prepared to give way to health unions with much public support.
24 Hotels and high-rises give way to subdivisions,[www.Sentencedict.com] which slowly fade to a scattering of homes.
25 Great areas of grass and woodland thus give way to mesquite desert, at an awesome economic loss to man.
26 A deadlock was reached in the discussions, as neither side would give way to the other.
27 With this awareness, children begin to accommodate to others, and egocentric thought begins to give way to social pressure.
28 They need to describe initially what issues they want to stand firm on and what issues they can give way to.
29 What is the process by which local loyalties and parochial orientations give way to wider concerns?
30 With the rise in oil prices, big American cars were forced to give way to smaller, more economical models.
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