How to use succeed to in a sentence

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Richard is determined that he shall succeed to the crown and sets out to eliminate any opposition to this and to secure his position.
A person cohabiting with another may succeed to some sort of tenancy on the partner's death.
The livelihoods of many thousands of people depend on their success and they must succeed to ensure survival.
The condors will succeed to the extent their new culture allows.
The issue in the case was whether the surviving partner in a homosexual couple could succeed to a protected tenancy previously held in the name of the deceased partner.
There were divisions within the family over who should succeed to the throne after the accession or earlier death of Prince Sultan.
As she could not succeed to the throne of Hanover, her arms did not carry the Hanoverian symbols that were used by her immediate predecessors.
The limitation indicates that only lineal descendants of the original peer may succeed to the peerage.
The monarch's grandson, even if he is the heir apparent, does not succeed to the dukedom.
Philip, Count of Poitiers, brother of Louis X, asserted that women were ineligible to succeed to the French throne.
The terms of the Treaty of Troyes were that Henry's and Catherine's heirs would succeed to the throne of France.
Both were allegedly aware the Elector of Hanover would eventually succeed to the British throne after Queen Anne's death.
At issue was the right of Charles's daughter, Maria Theresa, to succeed to his Austrian dominions.
George I distrusted the Tories, whom he believed opposed his right to succeed to the Throne.
Women are ineligible to succeed to the majority of hereditary peerages.
So then in the eastern part, which is called the Kingdom of the Germans, Henry was the first of the race of Saxons to succeed to the throne when the line of Charles failed.
There was opportunity for either daughter to succeed to the French throne.
In another shrewd move, Bacon wrote his Apologies in defence of his proceedings in the case of Essex, as Essex had favoured James to succeed to the throne.
Examples from Classical Literature
At last they asked what was the name of him who should succeed to the Emperor Valens?
The joinder of times is given to those who succeed to the place of another.
He hoped to succeed to the rectory of West Ham, but being disappointed he now came to London, and launched out into extravagance.
Of course you will succeed to the baronetcy, as well as to the estate?
But first let me tell you that Uther Pendragon, the King, had died, and although Arthur was his son and should succeed to him, men knew it not.
You mean to say then that you succeed to something in wheal Carnac.
My father went beyond liberality and bordered on prodigality, a disposition by no means advantageous to a married man who has children to succeed to his name and position.
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