would concede

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  • He would concede on the subject of Reform, although he is against it. Cited from Political Diary 1828-1830, Volume II, by Edward Law (Lord Ellenborough)
  • The man, however, would concede nothing but a permission to speak with his captive. Cited from An Egyptian Princess, by Georg Ebers, v8
  • But, wherever it could be done with honor, he would concede to custom. Cited from Call of the Cumberlands, by Charles Neville Buck
  • Beyond this they would concede no special privileges to the colony. Cited from Hispanic Nations of the New World, Wm. R. Shepherd
  • There was also an understanding that the State would concede the right upon terms not unreasonable. Cited from Reminiscences of Sixty Years in Public Affairs, Vol. 2, by Boutwell
  • If the powerful metropolitan would concede that, he might return to his palace in safety; she would withdraw the soldiers. Cited from Beacon Lights of History, Volume IV, by John Lord
  • He had apparently grave doubts as to whether 'ma' would concede even if he did ask her. Cited from The Boer in Peace and War, by Arthur M. Mann
  • He would concede point after point to his adversary. Cited from The Every-day Life of Abraham Lincoln, by Francis Fisher Browne
  • The most that she would concede was that she would not openly interfere with anything which her companions might say or do. Cited from A Desert Drama, by A. Conan Doyle
  • The Menace would open with three consecutive wins before drawing three consecutive matches where they would concede late goals for the draw.
  • A certain historic naturalness of the movement he would concede, the world on which Christianity entered being what it was. Cited from An Outline Of The History Of Christian Thought Since Kant, by Edw. Moore
  • Miss Bunting, if she had any sense of fairness at all, would concede this. Cited from Pee-Wee Harris Adrift, by Percy Keese Fitzhugh
  • Octavius, seeing the humour of his men, was afraid to fight, but would concede nothing. Cited from The Gracchi Marius and Sulla, by A.H. Beesley
  • If it did Deutsch would concede that intelligence is not as difficult a problem as he currently thinks it is.
  • The utmost that he would concede was that the commander of the picket should be called. Cited from Stonewall Jackson And The American Civil War, by G. F. R. Henderson
  • Once a majority-candidate for grand master was chosen, the minority electors would concede to support unanimity.
  • I would therefore concede; and if I found I had not conceded enough, I would concede more. Cited from The Land-War In Ireland (1870), by James Godkin
  • The arts of reading and writing and figuring all would concede are basal in a world of newspapers and business. Cited from The Mind in the Making, by James Harvey Robinson
  • However, a witness of integrity would concede a change of view where necessary to do so and ought not to be concerned about being sued.
  • Strahan was noted for arguing his position to his own benefit but he would concede when there was benefit to the wider community.
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