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use "relent" in a sentence

Florida Officials Relent On Banning "Atheist" License Plate A Virginia woman lost her plates that read "HAISSEM" (messiah spelled backwards).

Almost at the same time, the governments also relent and inform Dr.Mason through Captain Hillcrest that the military courier carried a top secret
the states all federal interest in coastal tidelands.

RAEC Mons (18th this season) and AFC Tubize (17th this season) relegate to second division and STVV will promote to the Jupiler Pro League.

Cook reasoned that applying for reinstatement at this time would give Green Bay the opportunity to activate Favre, relegate him to a backup role he is unwilling to accept, and fine him $15,000 a day for failing to report to training camp.

Hearing of Alp-Arslan's approach, Sulayman's officers, including ultimately his vizier, decided to offer him the Sultanate if he defeated Qutlumush, and relegate Sulayman to heir-apparent.

Other names for him, coming from the other books, are the "kindler of Wildfires" and "Relegate".

These services perform many of the operations Iceland's NATO allies relegate to their standing armies.

Relegate extensive raw data sets to appendices, and present mean data sets only in the Results section.

The plan according to the report is to relegate twelve teams from the League over the next three years.

Relegate the marks they have made on canvas and substitute the chronicles of their daily lives.

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