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capitulate
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Don Quixote
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  • A small fort or tower which was in the middle of the lagoon under the command of Don Juan Zanoguera, a Valencian gentleman and a famous soldier, capitulated upon terms.

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  • The Romans induced many enemy armies to capitulate by offering good terms of surrender.
  • Though they have achieved little, they claim virtue through refusing to capitulate to the opposition.

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