Yet they played the best fare on view, but found the Old Leighlin defence in no concessive mood; blocking several shots which could have, in cricket terms, called for a declaration long before the interval.
There are other odd sounding concessive knowledge claims.
The force of a concessive sentence is thus very different from that of a conditional sentence.
The final episode started with an explanation for the mystery, but if you thought this was designed to be a closing episode, guess again. and the same thing is also often found with prenominal concessive modifiers.
Engelbrecht carefully, meticulously goes through the possibilities surrounding Luther's use of the concessive conjunction in this passage.
The mood in the Garden to alien seeds is not concessive but combative.
The government's concessive draft for partial opening of the education sector is encountering mounting resistance not only from academic circles but also from civic groups.
But whatever effect the increasingly combative climate of post-war Britain had on most 1940s poets, I feel that Graham separated himself from that, and his course was neither reactive nor concessive .
Details of the concordance data are given, broken down in broad categories ( concessive conjunction bien que, resultative conjunction si bien que, adverb + completive, etc.).
For this purpose, a strategy of cooperative and concessive negotiation (CCN) is proposed in this paper.