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1, The police will not relent in their fight against crime.
2, Perhaps Ray would relent, or the community would ignore him.
3, I imagined Ly Keang would relent, as she looked over her shoulder; but instead she increased her pace.
4, The other gods persuaded Ninhursag to relent.
5, He seems to relent a moment at their pleading.
6, In the light of these things, should I relent?
7, Your own family might in time relent.
8, If you relent, Zeus will torment you still.
9, If he does not relent, he will sharpen his sword; he will string his bow.
10, Smiling helps top relent us from looking tired, worn down and overwhelmed.
11, If he does not relent, he will sharpen his sword; he will and string his bow.
12, We will not relent until justice is done and our nation is secure.
13, And the United States of America will not relent until this war is won.
14, She'd hoped that her mother might relent a little about the unsuitability of Mr. Barton,[sentencedict.com] but her mind was made up.
15, Relent, O Lord ! How long will it be? Have compassion on your servants.
16, Relent, do not be unjust ; reconsider, for my integrity is at stake.
17, Oh you see, Nelly, he relent a moment to keep me out of the grave.
18, But would UEFA relent and make the 16 th team Liverpool if they beat Milan tonight?
19, The pressure on us to finish this task will not relent.
20, Only the threat of a federal law suit moved the Park District to relent and end the weeks of obstruction.
21, Nothing they heard from New Hampshire gave them reason to relent in the slightest.
22, Only when police arrived with threats of ￡5,[http://sentencedict.com/relent.html]000 fines did they relent.
23, But Milosevic shows no sign he is willing to relent beyond token concessions.
24, If Miss Crawley did not forgive them at present, she might at relent on future day.
25, She is going to drag out the engagement, in the hope of making me relent.
26, I confess the inhumanity of this action moved me very much, and made me relent exceedingly.
27, To set up their iron logic, where something subjective like taste is less relent.
28, But if you be coming to plead off paying for a place you won't occupy, your journey is useless: I never relent in exacting my due from anyone.'
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