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The scientists noted that vines imported from the Americas didn't succumb to the insect, leading a few botanists and vintners to recall the recent writings of Charles Darwin on adaptation.
Both say they don't want to succumb to the crass, self-aggrandizing tactic of many elected officials that involves sticking their names on public buildings.
Why do some officers succumb to life-threatening habits, such as the lack of physical activity and exercise, smoking and excessive drinking habits, and depression, that increase the risk of obesity?
It makes clear how dangerous and self-defeating it is for pubic interest groups to succumb to dishonesty for the sake of tactical advantage, and graphically demonstrates the stupidity of demonization.
I can't help it to a degree, but I'm trying not to completely succumb.
Also, young people, unfamiliar with danger, often discount the likelihood that they will succumb to illness or injury.
Taking antibiotics when you're not sick can lead to drug resistance, in which bacteria mutate and don't succumb to medicines meant to kill them.
Of course it is possible to fool ourselves--to hear voices of delusion and self-interest, to succumb to peer pressure and the spirit of the age.
Caught up in the heady play, you succumb to the now, the moment-to-moment rush of action.
The page ends with the boldface vow, "I will not succumb to fear.
At that time, the USWA informed the company that if their demands were not met, the Union would employ three main weapons generally used to force companies to succumb to their demands.