Prepositions after "surrender"

surrender to, in, at, on or before?

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    In 73% of cases surrender to is used
    He surrendered to an impulse at.
    He initially surrendered to Capt.
    In 1943 Italy surrendered to the allies.
    The mouse was actually a demon Gajamugaasura who wisely surrendered to Lord Ganesha.
    Everywhere the Romans prevailed and that year 11 Celtic kings surrendered to Claudius.
    So the whole Vladimir Dukedom basically surrendered to the Mongol West Expedition Army.
    Let us surrender to the conscience or soul or love or god, else we will have to suffer by the senses (mind and body).
    Again on the citizens of Utica offering to surrender to them they did not accept, but held to their treaty engagements.
    A when it isn't even savvy enough to recognise that it's surrendering to the very tropes that it set out to disrupt.
    Imam Husain continued fighting, determined not to surrender to those who had marked the beginning of Monarchism in Islam.

    In 6% of cases surrender in is used
    Suspect thrown out from the window a pistol, says he will surrender in the afternoon.
    It's music that defines compassion, lament, and loss, to which you can only surrender in moist-eyed wonder.
    No, it surrendered in the end, laying down its weapon rather than going out in a rain of bullets - obviously deciding life.
    As what he always said to peoples around him, thateverybody is a fighter, he hardly surrender in doing the thing that he believes.
    The myth was allowed to germinate precisely because when they had surrendered in November 1918, Germany's armies were all on foreign soil.
    By November 1942 another Allied Force had landed in MOROCCO and ALGERIA which later linked up in TUNISIA with the victorious 8th Army shortly before the enemy surrendered in 1943.

    In 5% of cases surrender at is used
    Frederick Funston was at San Isidro, Nueva Ecija Province on Luzon Island when six tired and famished guerillas surrendered at Pantabangan town to 1Lt.
    Burgoyne surrenders at Saratoga PBS ' s online companion to its series on the Revolutionary War devotes a whole section to Saratoga and Burgoyne's surrender.
    While some people may balk at having to do training courses, it makes perfect sense to make them mandatory -- dogs who are trained are much less likely to be surrendered at a later date.

    In 4% of cases surrender on is used
    Finally, with no hope of victory, the Canadians surrendered on Christmas Day, 1941.
    In the spring of 1886, he led US troops into Mexico in pursuit of the Apache Chief, Geronimo, who surrendered on Sept.
    Although history books say that Singapore surrendered on 15-Feb-1942, the Japanese did not enter Singapore in force until the next morning, on 16-Feb-1942.
    In early October the Australian divisions withdrew from the front for rest and refitting; they were preparing to return when Germany surrendered on 11 November.
    Somaliland's freedom and recovery of its sovereignty was neither negotiated at a conference table nor granted by fiat, and it will not be surrendered on any terms.
    The local burgher force gave a half-hearted defense, and the Commissioner-General, Sluysken, retreated first to Wynberg, and finally to Rustenberg, where he surrendered on 16 September 1795.

    In 2% of cases surrender before is used
    As soon as one surrenders before the disease, he or she becomes vulnerable, she said, while expressing concern that despite of so many efforts, the virus is still there.
    Still, the government believed that the Maroons had broken their agreement by not surrendering before this early date, and a joint committee of assembly and council was called.
    Yet such had been the earlier successes in 1914 that the Germans had surrendered before the fighting reached their borders, so their own territories were not ravaged by marching armies.

    In 2% of cases surrender by is used
    Some have been surrendered by their owners; some were strays; some came from high-kill shelters in the U.
    Never has such enormous power been surrendered by the Parliament to the Executive in one hit -- and certainly not with a debate that went scarcely over three hours.

    In 2% of cases surrender without is used
    Many have surrendered without a fight.

    In 1% of cases surrender after is used
    Udham Singh, who had surrendered after killing his rival Pramod Bhadora a year back, was injured in the attack.

    In 1% of cases surrender for is used
    Clara then tells Gary that he must surrender for him not to be in danger because Clara don't want her father - Gary to be dead.

    In 1% of cases surrender through is used
    She surrendered through her professional inaction and thus ended up surrendering her job! Justice delivered.

    In 1% of cases surrender until is used
    If they refuse to surrender until 2020, there will be no turning back.

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