give place to

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See: follow, succeed
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The virtues, also, such as justice, self-restraint, and so on, are not easily dislodged or dismissed, so as to give place to vice.
Lots 1, 2, 3 and 4 give place to the conclusion of single-attribute framework agreements.
Strokes and lines give place to scrawls even as the anxious wait for the "pencil grip" kicks in, when the child rebels and parents persist.
Long betting & spinning sessions give place to thrilling risk games.
Akhtar Mohiuddin and prayed to Allah Almighty to give place to the departed soul in the paradise and gives strength to Mr.
Most likely, the demand on the part of banks to give place to December in the amount of 489 billion euros, but all the same it will be quite high, since the "cheap" money European banks still needed.
The Constitution ought to be the standard of construction for the laws, and that wherever there is an evident opposition, the laws ought to give place to the Constitution," Alexander Hamilton once said.
There will also be less flexibility for admissions staff at Coventry University to give place to applicants who have slightly lower grades than they need.
Rather, to be humble means "to give place to another.
The world of literary scholarship is based on paradigms which break down to give place to new ones.
What's most important is how we give place to God in our lives and how we manage our lives to receive God.
It might be well to focus on this notion of a "situation," for, regardless of how we view the notions of "human nature" or "human condition," we both give place to the reality of man's "situation.