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1. The boy surrendered the catapult to the teacher.
2. The hijackers eventually surrendered themselves to the police.
3. They laid down their weapons and surrendered.
4. He voluntarily surrendered to the police.
5. He surrendered to despair and eventually committed suicide.
6. After three weeks under siege they surrendered completely.
7. He voluntarily surrendered himself to the police.
8. The British formally surrendered on 31 May.
9. He immediately surrendered himself to the authorities.
10. These two tickets could be surrendered to you.
11. He surrendered voluntarily to his enemies.
12. The white flag was run up;the post had surrendered.
13. The dictator surrendered power to Parliament.
14. She gradually surrendered her dream of becoming an actress.
15. After their defeat in battle, the soldiers surrendered.
16. She surrendered to the police in London last December.
17. The embattled army finally surrendered.
18. They surrendered their guns to the police.
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19. The vanquished army surrendered their weapons.
20. The hijackers finally surrendered to the police.
21. They moved out and the lease was surrendered.
22. They surrendered without putting up much of a fight.
23. He finally surrendered to his craving for drugs.
24. They surrendered the lucrative bonds for no reason.
25. Colette surrendered to temptation and took out a cigarette.
26. Steir voluntarily surrendered his license to the State.
27. She surrendered herself to sleep.
28. She surrendered herself to despair and committed suicide.
29. The bandit chief surrendered himself to despair and took his own life.
30. The army issued an ultimatum for all weapons in the city to be surrendered on Oct. 26.
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