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yield to pressure

To give into outside forces urging someone to do something. Sally wasn't even going to apply for that boring job, but she yielded to pressure from her mother and submitted her resume nonetheless.
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HYDERABAD -- In light of Pakistan Sugar Mills Association (PSMA) Sindh zone's warning of sugar price hike if they have to pay the Sindh government notified rate of sugarcane to the farmers, Sindh Chamber of Agriculture (SCA) has cautioned the government against yielding to pressure. 'The sugar mills are not complying with the apex court's order [for payment of arrears of last 18 years to the farmers] and they are also blackmailing the Sindh government by asking for billions of rupees in subsidy,' said Kabool Muhammad Khatian who chaired a meeting of the chamber at its office in Hyderabad on Sunday.
Two days later, yielding to pressure for a more forceful response to the biggest domestic crisis of his presidency, Trump singled out the white nationalists whose "Unite the Right" rally was widely seen as stoking the Charlottesville disturbances.
The Bank of Japan expanded stimulus on Friday by doubling purchases of exchange-traded funds (ETF), yielding to pressure from the government and financial markets for bolder action, but disappointing investors who had set their hearts on more audacious measures.
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The Reserve Bank of India had decided to maintain the repo rate at 7.25% and the cash reserve rate at 4%, yielding to pressure from a weak rupee.
Thus, the number of people yielding to pressure and giving bribes has decreased - from 71.2% to 48.1% - in five years.
But Iranian leaders have always ruled out yielding to pressure or renouncing their nuclear programme despite worries by the international community.
Mustafa Al Ani, a prominent security expert at the Dubai-based Gulf Research Centre, said Arab leaders today are yielding to pressure and making concessions "as a pre-emptive move to contain negative developments".
Summary: LAHORE, Pakistan: An American jailed for shooting two Pakistanis is shielded by diplomatic immunity, a Pakistani official said Wednesday, but added the courts had the final say in the case that ignited a bruising row between the troubled allies.Despite signals the Pakistani government is yielding to pressure from Washington to release Raymond Davis, the U.S.
The change of leadership comes after Prime Minister Yukio Hatoyama abruptly announced his resignation on Wednesday, only about eight months after sweeping to power, yielding to pressure from some of his own DPJ lawmakers who had accused him of lacking the ability to lead.
He denied that he resigned yielding to pressure from the BJP, saying parliamentary positions should not be entirely subject to political pressure.
The documents show that the Japanese government, in a rare move, voluntarily chose to set narrow territorial sea limits in the five strategically important straits, even though it was legally entitled to extend its territorial waters further, apparently yielding to pressure from its most important ally.
Yielding to pressure from the Teamsters union (who fear loss of jobs) and safety advocates (who fear unsafe Mexican trucks), a small pilot program allowing Mexican-domiciled trucks to deliver freight in this country was yanked last year in an overwhelming vote by the House who gave a resounding "no" to Mexican trucks.
Yielding to pressure by friends, Rettke showed up at the Mall of America in Minneapolis last spring after hearing auditions for the show would be there.