- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of withdraw.
“Charlie Crist to forgo an independent bid for Senate if he withdraws from the Republican primary, CNN has learned.”
“That he withdraws is entirely consistent with his character — his principal weakness is that he abhors conflict and is basically, in his mind, a coward.”
“How dare he lecture us on fiscal responsibility when he jet sets for $20,000 date nights to NYC on our dime (which he withdraws from the stimulus slush fund he passed).”
“PS Publishing withdraws from the BFS Best Small Press award eligibility and acts as sponsor.”
“Breaking: Daschle withdraws from the running for HHS Secretary - Feministing”
“Dinah initially withdraws from the competition, as she is insulted that her pudginess is seen as problem.”
““We cannot receive a prime minister who advocates against the spirit of the Torah and accept that Israel withdraws from a part of the Land of Israel,” a yeshiva official, Rabbi Haim Steiner, said.”
“Hmmmm, so Obama withdraws from the primary because he knew he'd lose, then is awarded delegates – at 1/2 votes so that her advantage is cut in half.”
“What if he suspends our surveillance of terrorist groups, withdraws from the Middle East, then we suffer another 9/11 type attack?”
“Waldo Jaquith - Mark Warner withdraws from the presidential race.”
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