relinguish

See: bestow
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Five minutes later Mark Albrighton worked room on the left and his inswinging cross was headed in by Dubidat to give the hosts a lead they would never relinguish.
Akande has talked about the $17-billion merger and why the airlines have accorded to relinguish space at key airports.
In particular the Act of Free Choice, a plebiscite that was held in 1969 and by which the Indonesian government asserts that the population of West New Guinea decided to relinguish their sovereignty in favour of Indonesian citizenship, features prominently as the epitome of the denial of sovereignty to Papuans (Saltford 2002; Drooglever 2005).
and to relinguish [sic] such causes if they only discovered this after
The English champion is Eric Ochieng and he has defended it twice and now there is a chance he will relinguish it to aim for higher things.
National governments have been unwilling to relinguish control of former state enterprises even when they fail to produce.
Savill, worth a reported pounds 40million, waived his chairman's salary of pounds 40,000 and will relinguish his presidency of the Racehorse Owners' Association.
In addition, Native corporations have agreed to relinguish development rights on some lands adjacent to the park.
172(b)(3)(C), which would have required P to relinguish the carryback period applicable to both types of NOL.
regional countries, which he did not name, to relinguish the Presidency post.
Sullivan and the Golds, who would relinguish control for around pounds 50 million, would be happier with a quick sale of City rather than a long drawn-out affair if their time at the club is to end after 14 years.
Tthe Champion Hurdle will be one of the most wide open races ever, BARACOUDA still looks nailed-on for the Stayers' and BEST MATE will not relinguish his Gold Cup.