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Knowing about our past does not automatically yield solutions to our current problems.
The search for truth is beginning to yield fruitful results.
The combined investment is expected to yield £5,000 in the first year.
This figure could yield a return high enough to provide a healthy pension.
The sport should not yield to every demand that the television companies make.
He paused a moment before yielding to angry resentment.
The following year, control of the industry was yielded to the government.
We struggled with the lid, but it wouldn’t yield.