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That the setback which finished Fulham took the form of a bog-standard Mohamed Diame shot by their ineptness, it setback for capitulate that took a lucky deflection was symptomatic of the majority of this event.
Are we strong enough as a group to tough it out when things are against us or do we think it's acceptable to just collapse and capitulate, which is what we're doing too frequently?
As far as Dezenhall is concerned, the worst thing a company under attack can do is capitulate.
The recently adopted Internal Revenue Service rules on hedging transactions certainly are welcome but, on examination, seem to do little more than capitulate to the decision on hedging rendered by the Tax Court in FNMA v.
One should not conclude, however, that from this simple fact situation the DEPE will capitulate in other cases, especially where larger tracts and more significant environmental considerations are at stake; moreover, the proofs necessary to establish a case for inverse condemnation forcing the governmental body restricting the owner's ability to use the land can be imposing.
Yet it often seems that his idea of a dialogue is standing before those who have differing views and bludgeoning them until they capitulate.
Short sellers are starting to capitulate, as the number of DHB shares sold short dropped by eight percent in October to 4.
2 MARTIN O'NEILL couldn't hide his disappointment after watching his Aston Villa side capitulate at home to well-drilled Wigan.