In the spring of 1976, when Mark was 12, Sargent Shriver conceded defeat in his race for the Democratic presidential nomination.
But he conceded that many young Palestinians feel hopeless about the future.
Brabender conceded that Santorum and Gingrich will go head to head in several states, including Ohio, Texas and Tennessee.
Obama conceded that he cannot achieve his keynote ambition to close Guantánamo until he can resolve this dilemma.
Still, Lagarde did come up in bilateral meetings, Sarkozy conceded, with President Obama for one.
There were those who, if pressed, would have conceded that Reginald had no morals.
They conceded that it was a mystery she had not turned out "gormin'."
This was accordingly done and the right claimed by the assembly or lower house was conceded to it.
"Poetic simile: I'm going fast," conceded Kirkwood; but he did not smile.
It is conceded that life is a dark and wretched failure for the great mass of mankind.