surrenderor


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surrenderor

(səˈrɛndərɔː)
n
(Law) law the person who surrenders an estate
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He said the Russians ordered the crew to surrenderor or face Russians storming and seizing the ships and crew.
Lieutenant Colonel Ryan N Severo, Commanding Officer of the 10th Infantry Battalion said that subject surrenderor will receive P15,000.00 immediate cash assistance and P50,000.00 for livelihood assistance.
'The two surrenderors revealed that they've provided logistical support to the group of Owayda Marohombsar, also known as Abu Dar, before he was neutralized in the neighboring barangay,' Antipala quoted Lt.
He said the government was doing everything to ensure not only the safety of the surrenderors but also their livelihood programs.
The surrenderors represent a potential loss of P5.2 billion in 'shabu' (methamphetamine hydrochloride) sales over the next six months.
It was further revealed by the surrenderors that most in their ranks were demoralized caused by the all-out military offensives.
In an earlier interview with the Inquirer, Sapitula said all drug surrenderors who finish their rehabilitation program shall be trained and given jobs through a partnership with the Philippine Constructors Association and Rotary Club of Pasig.
"The presence of the NPA surrenderors is proof of the 5th ID's achievements and collective resolve to restore peace in our land," he said.
Alvin Vergara, head of the screening and intake section at Tahanan, told the Inquirer that while the surrenderors were waiting for a vacancy at the center, the officials of the barangays where they live would be responsible for monitoring them.