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Thankfully, responsible elected officials are unlikely to relent.
Iran's mullahs, for example, have been forced to relent on the cultural front, allowing citizens to own pop recordings and, increasingly, relaxing enforcement of the stringent public dress code.
When an adoring woman grabbed his arm and refused to relent, he said, "All right, take it, you can have it, but let me go
Realtors(R) are vital community leaders and we will not relent until banking conglomerates are permanently prohibited from taking over local real estate businesses.
But according to the weather forecast, the rain is set to relent with conditions expected to turn very hot at the weekend.
Brokeback'' producers say if Miller doesn't relent, they will immediately begin preproduction on a film about an affair between a gay basketball team owner and his all-gay team.
A Justice Department spokesman said: "There has been a rearguard action by some in the golf fraternity who want to retain the status quo, but we are not going to relent.
Maybe if they all march together, if they show gang members the harm they're causing their very own mothers, the gang-bangers will relent.
Stauring is suing to change the policy, and we can only hope the Sheriff's Department will relent without even going to trial.
Miranda would cry but his grandmother didn't relent.
As a result, a member of ORA forced Friedman out of a minyan (prayer quorum) at Yeshiva University on Tuesday, following the ruling of the Beth Din of America (Jewish legal court) calling to ostracize Friedman until he relents and clarifies his wife's status, letting her move on.