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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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Six members of the New People's Army surrendered in two batches to soldiers in Colonsabak and Dongan Pekong, in Matanao, Davao del Sur during the Holy Week.
An alleged trusted aide of an Abu Sayyaf leader and another member of the dreaded kidnap group surrendered to the military and voluntarily handed over their firearms on Monday, the military announced on Wednesday.
The Communist Party of the Philippines-New People's Army has played down the surrenders, which sometimes happen in groups and which the government says has accounted for thousands of former rebels returning to the fold of the law, as government propaganda.
Reduced to tears, the surrenders asked for forgiveness from the President and claimed that they have since cleaned up and are not doing drugs anymore.
Summary: Latehar (Jharkhand) [India], Aug 1 (ANI): Naxal zone commander of Tritiya Sammelan Prastuti Committee (TSPC), Brahmdev Ganjhu, who had Rs 3 lakh bounty on his head, surrendered before the Latehar police on Tuesday.
'Nakumatt has been sitting on the surrender list for a month as they continue to blackmail us to reduce rent, we urge the court to ensure that signed surrenders are brought to court, failure which we will proceed with the matter,' the landlords said.
The new law applies only in California, but insurance regulators in other states may look to California when developing or updating their own rules for contract surrenders.
(V*(t, [mathematical expression not reproducible]) = [mathematical expression not reproducible] induces surrender), the policyholder surrenders at time t, [for all] [F.sub.t] [greater than or equal to] [beta].
THE Centre had lauded the increase in the number of surrenders by Maoists in Chattisgarh and termed it a major achievement but recent intelligence reports have revealed that several of them were not genuine.
Dunkerly, historian and park ranger at Richmond National Battlefield Park, claims that, like most other Confederate surrenders of the war, the surrender at Greensboro, North Carolina was less formal than the surrender at Appomattox.
* Transaction costs: Underwritten surrenders would cost more to process than contractual-basis surrenders.