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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of surrender.

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Examples

  • She was thinking of what he had now half forgotten, — the position which he had lost, those hopes which had all been shipwrecked, his title surrendered to another, and his lost estates.

    Castle Richmond

  • She was thinking of what he had now half forgotten, -- the position which he had lost, those hopes which had all been shipwrecked, his title surrendered to another, and his lost estates.

    Castle Richmond

  • Wasdin surrendered two runs and four hits in 6 1/3 innings.

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  • Signed as a free agent on September 3, Potvin surrendered 13 goals in his first two preseason appearances.

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  • But Franklin surrendered four runs and eight hits in five innings and lost for the first time since August 17.

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  • Dany Sabourin surrendered all three goals, but former first-round pick Brent Krahn turned aside all six shots he saw over the final 35 minutes.

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  • St. Germain surrendered four goals on 15 shots in the first period and Scott Meyer took the loss in relief, surrendering three goals on 21 shots over the final 45 minutes.

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  • Felix Potvin surrendered all six goals for Boston before he was replaced by Tim Thomas midway through the second period.

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  • David St. Germain surrendered both goals on 34 shots in defeat.

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  • David St. Germain surrendered all three goals on 29 shots for the loss.

    American Hockey League - Bridgeport vs. Albany

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