yield up

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • v yield up surrender, as a result of pressure or force
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Quotations

  • Plutarch
    Plutarch
    “Perseverance is more prevailing than violence; and many things which cannot be overcome when they are together yield themselves up when taken little by little.”
  • Thomas Paine
    Thomas%20Paine
    “When men yield up the privilege of thinking, the last shadow of liberty quits the horizon.”

Usage

In literature:

And now the strange apparition had yielded up its secret.
"The Story of the Foss River Ranch" by Ridgwell Cullum
Hurrying up the steps, she was pressed against a large smooth bosom which yielded as little as if it had been upholstered in leather.
"Life and Gabriella" by Ellen Glasgow
He shall yield up his hide Riven as woodmen fir-trees rive!
"Sketches and Studies in Italy and Greece, Second Series" by John Addington Symonds
The deceitful haze yielded up its secret.
"The Development of the European Nations, 1870-1914 (5th ed.)" by John Holland Rose
Surely, Lucerne can be counted on to yield me up at least a donkey?
"The Princess Passes" by Alice Muriel Williamson and Charles Norris Williamson
He gave the Earth credit for the crops that she had yielded up for her children's sustenance.
"The Tinder-Box" by Maria Thompson Daviess
He looked up to the starry vault, and, yielding to the spell, he, too, prayed.
"The Wings of the Morning" by Louis Tracy
Whether I die in the combat or die of sadness, I shall yield up my blood pure as I have received it.
"The Cid" by Pierre Corneille
But, besides that, many which before resisted electrolyzation, now yielded up their elements.
"Experimental Researches in Electricity, Volume 1" by Michael Faraday
Next yield up this thyrsus out of your hands.
"The Tragedies of Euripides, Volume I." by Euripides
He visited the French Embassy last night, and persuaded the safe to yield up the code.
"The Cab of the Sleeping Horse" by John Reed Scott
These will require a somewhat strict examination to be made to yield up their secret.
"Christianity and Islam in Spain (756-1031)" by Charles Reginald Haines
As soon would He require that we should yield our bodies up to Satan and his angels.
"Traditions of Lancashire, Volume 1 (of 2)" by John Roby
Such industry as exists consists chiefly in working up the raw materials yielded by the herds.
"Influences of Geographic Environment" by Ellen Churchill Semple
I will yield up my very life, yet I would not give up this pigeon.
"The Mahabharata of Krishna-Dwaipayana Vyasa, Volume 1"
Struck with these weapons, men always yield up their lives.
"The Mahabharata of Krishna-Dwaipayana Vyasa, Volume 2"
More of her valuables were demanded; yielded up after terrible quarrels with Ned, and humiliating scenes with the landlady.
"Philip Winwood" by Robert Neilson Stephens
The victory was won, and was so followed up that the Latins were forced to yield to Rome.
"Young Folks' History of Rome" by Charlotte Mary Yonge
Nor can I yield up this prospect to the secondary considerations which assail your tranquillity.
"Memoir, Correspondence, And Miscellanies, From The Papers Of Thomas Jefferson" by Thomas Jefferson
The holy nails of the Passion have yet to be found, and again the earth yields up her treasure.
"Our Catholic Heritage in English Literature of Pre-Conquest Days" by Emily Hickey
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In poetry:

So now the aerodrome goes up
Upon my father's fields,
And gone is all the golden crop
And all the pleasant yields.
"The Aerodrome" by Katharine Tynan
'He will not come! I might have known
It was a foolish hope;
But it was so sweet to cherish
I could not yield it up.
"Alexander And Zenobia" by Anne Bronte
Lift up your heads, ye gates of brass;
Ye bars of iron, yield!
And let the King of glory pass;
The Cross is in the field!
"Lift up your heads, ye gates of brass;" by James Montgomery
A myriad flowers around her feet
Burst flame-like from the yielding sod,
Till all the wandering airs were sweet
With incense mounting up to God.
"Love-Trilogy" by Mathilde Blind
Let us no wife or maiden e'er oppress,
Let us not any tender heart distress;
Lest thou thy wrath against such deeds shou'dst show,
And yield us up a prey unto the foe.
"The Soldier's Prayer" by Rees Prichard
So dies that far magnificence of light,
A conquered splendor on a crumbling pyre,
’Mid fall of crimson temples from their height
And ruined altars yielding up their fire.
"The Evanescent City" by George Sterling

In news:

The yield on the 10-year US Treasury bond closed Wednesday at 1.81 percent, up 0.41 percentage points since July 24.
Buy REITs And Snap Up Foreign Yield.
Cotton producers can lose up to 25 percent of their yield to bacterial blight.
Yield is up on first day of Ohio deer-gun season.
The possibility of lower prices leads to incentives to hedge up to the yield guarantee.
But yields for irrigated corn in Nebraska may end up only 8 percent lower than expected.
The yield on a 10-year treasury bond was up 1.75% to 1.69.
Yields doubled up on sukuk from Dana Gas.
Your camera's portait mode can yield some wonderful close-ups.
Linebacker Princeton Fuimaono came up to Keith Price on Sunday with a simple question that yielded an in-depth answer.
Lower grape yields push up wine prices.
He says a farmer can do everything right, get a perfect stand and have everything set up for a good yield.
Plant injury caused by these sap-feeding insects can cause up to a 75% loss in yield.
Taking about up- tempo offensive play with Matt Logan and Coley Candaele yielded far more interesting material than could fit into the column appearing in Friday's Press-Enterprise.
You will give up some yield although it is the lowest quality part of the plant.
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In science:

From what we have shown above this yields, S = Z R d4 x = −2 Z U d4x up to a total divergence.
Geometrical description of spin-2 fields
Therefore bound (7.10) yields, by view of Lemma 7.3, that the angular and Euclidean distances are equivalent on I up to a factor of c.
Beyond Hirsch Conjecture: walks on random polytopes and smoothed complexity of the simplex method
The choice of different base points yields isomorphic fundamental groups, but the isomorphism is only unique up to inner automorphisms.
Singularities appearing on generic fibers of morphisms between smooth schemes
For each p > 11, Lemma 2.3 yields redp (t − n) ∈ Up + Up .
Characterizing integers among rational numbers with a universal-existential formula
In terms of limit theorems, (1) provides a strong law of large numbers for N (G(n, p)), i.e., it yields the probable value of N (G(n, p)) up to fluctuations of order o(n).
The Order of the Giant Component of Random Hypergraphs
But if Up (B ) 6= 1 then Up (Bw ) 6= 1, so similarly C ◦ (x) ≤ Bw , and now the uniqueness statement yields B = Bw , a contradiction.
Minimal connected simple groups of finite Morley rank with strongly embedded subgroups
Actually, this is not quite a contradiction, because it is possible that two different choices of ϕ yield the same representation of Γ, up to isomorphism; that is, after a change of basis.
What is a superrigid subgroup?
The theory of Eisenstein series on congruence subgroups (see Section III.3 in ) yields that up to a constant term the above sum is a modular form for odd r ≥ 3.
Automorphic properties of generating functions for generalized rank moments and Durfee symbols
Annihilation with an electron yields two gamma rays which can deposit up to an additional 1.022 MeV of energy in the detector.
Monitoring the Thermal Power of Nuclear Reactors with a Prototype Cubic Meter Antineutrino Detector
At the exceptional point the eigenvalues, say n and n + 1, coalesce: λn (Xc ) = λn+1(Xc ), and the corresponding eigenvectors coincide, up to a complex phase, yielding a single eigenvector |ψEP i.
Complex magnetic monopoles, geometric phases and quantum evolution in vicinity of diabolic and exceptional points
The (blue) dotted curve is obtained using the yields of the Z = 0 models presented in this paper up to Z = 10−10 .
Effects of rotation on the evolution of primordial stars
Similarly, if f (x3 ) < F , we can increase x up to a value xm such that f (fm ) = F , yielding h(xm , y3 ) > h(x3 , y3 ), and thus resulting in a contradiction.
Jamming in Fixed-Rate Wireless Systems with Power Constraints - Part I: Fast Fading Channels
This yields classes of subgroups closed under conjugation and allows the encoding of more information in statements involving blow-ups.
Second maximal subgroups of the finite alternating and symmetric groups
Our first approach, which will yield Theorem 1.1 up to a logarithmic factor, rests on the following result.
Spectral norm of products of random and deterministic matrices
Our first approach, which will yield Theorem 1.1 up to a logarithmic factor, rests on the following result.
Spectral norm of products of random and deterministic matrices
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