Before the Sept. 24, 2008, incident, “things were already difficult,” Perkins conceded in court.
In the spring of 1976, when Mark was 12, Sargent Shriver conceded defeat in his race for the Democratic presidential nomination.
Rogers conceded, however, that Jackson was “thinner than most, I believe.”
Still, Lagarde did come up in bilateral meetings, Sarkozy conceded, with President Obama for one.
Regarding the spinach and kakina, he conceded that “there can be some health risks if readings are measured over a long time.”
There were those who, if pressed, would have conceded that Reginald had no morals.
Every one conceded that Smith's dictum would decide the contest.
This was accordingly done and the right claimed by the assembly or lower house was conceded to it.
It was conceded in business and financial circles that they hoped because they were amateurs.
It is conceded that life is a dark and wretched failure for the great mass of mankind.