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A few years ago the dramatic scenes of a hotel at Scarborough succumbing to cliff falls made national news.
As medical science conquers diseases that used to cull the population, so more people are succumbing to one or another form of cancer.
If your company is downsizing, rather than succumbing to panic, redo your resume take a course, put out job feelers.
She's a singer who takes a lot of artistic risks while never succumbing to gimmickry and pandering.
It would be impossible to walk by without succumbing to a tub of mellow, unctuous olives, or a modestly priced, sit-down lunch.
He must also demonstrate the merger is more beneficial than succumbing to someone trying to gatecrash the party.
They are themselves dying, succumbing to the diseases that once afflicted only overindulgent kings and queens.
And for a writer praised for his verbal energy, he's not above succumbing to hackneyed images.
More and more women are becoming bulimic, succumbing to the desire for food, and then repudiating it.
Bo managed to get past the bar without succumbing to nipping quickly through it's heavy wood doors.
We cannot be trusted with domination, becoming too easily corrupted by its power and too often succumbing to repression in defending it.
But who is there to prevent the council members from succumbing to the temptations of filthy lucre?
An antitetanus serum introduced at the turn of the century greatly reduced the incidence of wounded men succumbing to lockjaw.
A roan pinto snapped to, looked at her a long, close moment before succumbing to a yawn.
He lingered on for several months, finally succumbing to a series of strokes.
Our little lord, perched imperiously in his howdah, was gradually succumbing to the chill wind out of the south.
It is easy to see why both males and females fall into the trap of succumbing to the idea of the body beautiful.
Her mind screamed out as she felt her body succumbing to the tingly sensation of the drugs.
Men will also live for nine years longer without succumbing to heart disease, and those that do will suffer it for less years of their lives.
Stepping back a generation, doctors were familiar with hospital wards full of patients succumbing to sepsis in the pre-penicillin era.
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This change continues to challenge me to love unconditionally, to forgive consistently, and to stay true to my calling rather than succumbing to bitterness and resentfulness.
Archer turned to the stage, where, in the familiar setting of giant roses and pen-wiper pansies, the same large blonde victim was succumbing to the same small brown seducer.
He was succumbing to irresistible, youthful, childish drowsiness.
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