surrender


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surrender

Social medicine
The voluntary transfer of parental rights to a child to an agency or court.

surrender

(sŭr-ĕn′dĕr) [O.Fr. surrendre]
Giving up a health care professional license, e.g., at retirement or as a means of resolving a disciplinary action brought forward by a health care supervisory board.
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Oscar Albayalde on Monday warned Tulfo they would take the necessary action if he would not surrender his guns after his license to own and possess firearms (LTOPF) expired on March 3.
'The period of temporary surrender may be extended upon mutual agreement by Malaysia and the US'
An 18-year-old fighter of the New People's Army surrendered two rifles to the military as he escaped from his group, the Sub-Regional Command 2 of the North Central Mindanao Regional Committee.
Albayalde admitted that running after their former comrades who surrendered to the government is part of the New People's Army's way of threatening their companions who want to surrender.
In addition to traditional propaganda, the MND on Sunday released examples of "propaganda foods" labeled with simplified Chinese characters, as seen in China, and having names such as "surrender instant noodles," "surrender mineral water," "surrender caramel," and "surrender chocolates," reported CNA.
Brigadier-General Divino Rey Pabayo, commander of the Joint Task Force Sulu, said the surrender of Sahiron's man was 'one blow to their group.'
QUETTA -- m zAt least 70 militants and a commander of a banned organisation surrendered to the government on Tuesday.
Thiruvananthapuram: Two more Kerala priests, accused of sexually abusing a woman, surrendered before police today, officials said.
'She must have decided to surrender after realising we were closing down on her.
A chilling haul of more than 11,500 weapons - including rifles, pistols and crossbows - were surrendered to officers two years ago during their last amnesty.
'When you (family) ask him, then he can surrender. If we (army) ask, he won't surrender,' an army soldier says to the family.