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"take" Definitions
  1. a scene or part of a film that is filmed at one time without stopping the camera
  2. [usually singular] (informal) an amount of money that somebody receives, especially the money that is earned by a business during a particular period of time synonym takings
  3. take on something (informal) the particular opinion or idea that somebody has about something
"take" Synonyms
acquire get attain obtain procure secure bag gain land snap up take possession of extract get into one's hands get one's fingers on get one's mitts on get your hands on glean lay hands on lay hold of elicit grab hold clench grasp grip clasp snare snatch wrest catch nab seize snag catch hold of cling to clutch get hold of grab hold of hold on to take hold of remove pull draw withdraw fish extricate retrieve confiscate pick pluck pry dig out dislodge displace draw out haul out physically remove pluck out cite excerpt quote reference derive recite reproduce abstract copy parrot paraphrase rehash repeat retell choose cull draw on imitate drink consume imbibe ingest eat swallow take in devour down chomp on feed on gobble up gorge on gulp guzzle ingurgitate munch on partake of put down scarf capture apprehend ensnare abduct arrest detain trap appropriate collar entrap kidnap take captive steal pilfer purloin filch misappropriate nick pinch flog poach snaffle swipe hijack make off with arrogate commandeer subtract deduct take away take off knock off minus eliminate discount cut back draw back roll back abate debit dock diminish take from withhold occupy use fill utilise(UK) utilize(US) monopolise(UK) monopolize(US) preoccupy reserve adopt book engage take up strike rent lease hire charter arrange for make a reservation for pay for borrow pay for the use of order organize(US) prearrange arrange in advance organise(UK) schedule accept undertake take on agree to assume tackle agree to do agree to take embark on enter upon sign off on shoulder handle commence endeavor(US) endeavour(UK) try begin favour(UK) prefer select favor(US) elect embrace go for decide on handpick opt for settle on want to cherry-pick decide upon elect to choose feel disposed to fix on fix upon consider contemplate ponder think about examine regard observe study check out chew over deliberate over look at meditate over mull over reflect on ruminate over weigh up cogitate about get a load of give thought to subscribe to pay a subscription to buy regularly read regularly read every day read every month read every week patronise(UK) patronize(US) determine ascertain establish evaluate measure appraise assess calculate check confirm discern gauge(UK) identify gage(US) quantify rate verify compute count discover write draught(UK) draft(US) jot note record transcribe document log minute register scrawl scribble scribe script jot down note down set down take down write down bring carry move transport haul transfer cart drag lug bear pack shift convey ferry tote fetch schlep schlepp tow trawl escort guide lead accompany see show usher chaperon direct steer assist convoy help marshall(US) marshal(UK) pilot shepherd conduct travel on go via journey on travel by exploit journey by journey in make use of travel in drive take advantage of go with make your way through piggyback on proceed on develop evolve originate come by pick up be given accomplish achieve earn receive win reach score collect act on capitalize on make the most of pursue act upon maximise(UK) maximize(US) experience feel have undergo encounter face know maintain react to cope with deal with greet meet respond to manage contend with grapple with treat acknowledge act towards come to terms with engage with react toward act toward regard as consider to be deem to be view as believe to be class as hold to be see as think of as consider as deem as determine as esteem as imagine to be judge as look on as reckon as reckon to be adjudge as judge to be suppose presume expect imagine believe gather surmise conjecture guess suspect trust dare say deduce estimate figure hypothesise(UK) hypothesize(US) reason understand buy affirm count on depend on fall for have confidence in have faith in look to place confidence in place trust in rely on credit take as gospel bank on comprehend appreciate follow cognize recognise(UK) recognize(US) fathom absorb agree with captivate fascinate charm enchant beguile enthral(UK) entrance intrigue mesmerise(UK) mesmerize(US) attract delight enthrall(US) allure amuse bewitch enamor hook endure tolerate suffer withstand brave stand confront weather put up with stomach support sustain perform complete execute do finish effect carry out fulfill(US) fulfil(UK) discharge effectuate implement make major in concentrate on focus on learn specialise in specialize in train in master practice(US) practise(UK) acquire a knowledge of apply oneself to be into be taught dedicate oneself to last necessitate need require call for entail carry on for continue for endure for go on for involve keep going for keep on for run on for use up demand want warrant ask for occasion challenge claim exact command oblige impose compel wear fit into fit in be fitted by don fit be dressed in slip on squeeze in squeeze into habitually wear have effect take effect come into effect take hold take root bear fruit be effective flourish produce results succeed work act be efficacious be productive prosper show results be effectual be in force be in operation function contract come down with incubate incur be afflicted with become infected with be ill with be stricken with fall ill to go down with sicken with succumb to fall victim to be seized take sick with purchase reap realize(US) realise(UK) garner accommodate admit allow harbor(US) harbour(UK) house welcome allow entry to be big enough for contain have capacity for have room for put up seat lodge beat best defeat surmount dispatch lick overmatch top better conquer cream outclass outdo outperform outplay outshine overcome prevail over skunk stop address negotiate play field maneuver(US) manipulate manoeuvre(UK) see to take care of hack sort out levy inflict introduce place force put set wreak foist lay kill slay fell carry off croak destroy do in annihilate slaughter rub out put to death murder assassinate massacre liquidate exterminate draw inspiration emulate mirror parallel reflect mimic resemble adopt the style of be consistent with be similar to be the very picture of have earmarks of model after model yourself on pattern after dine feed feast banquet fare partake victual refresh nosh regale junket sup lunch scoff breakfast supper jerk tug yank twist tear wring heave rip prise peel cheat con swindle defraud fleece bilk stiff sucker cozen trick deceive diddle sting dupe victimise(UK) victimize(US) rook flimflam hustle oppose fight resist contest dispute defy contradict counter battle deny combat gainsay controvert rebut repel argue remember mind mark heed muse allow for factor into provide for bear in mind be guided by be mindful of care for factor in have regard to keep in view make allowance for make allowances for transplant relocate reposition transpose carry away cart off read interpret construe assimilate decipher decode define explain translate compass invade overrun attack raid annexe(UK) annex(US) storm assail assault overwhelm flood infect infest whisk propel push impel march thrust shove bundle bustle jostle barrel manhandle bulldoze frogmarch push roughly frog march photograph shoot snap film mug photo close-up illustrate lens microfilm photoengrave Photostat picture print roll fold cradle embosom enclose envelop squeeze wrap cuddle encase enfold hug entwine wrap up brace buttress uphold prop underpin bolster hold up keep up shore up bolster up prop up undergird intromit bless concede enter entertain grant initiate let okay permit shelter sign operate go run behave apply activate advance click hum proceed progress be operative lop ax(US) axe(UK) cut slash prune trim truncate amputate chop off cut off slice off oversee control govern supervise superintend head overlook administer captain root enroot embed engrain entrench ground imbed implant ingrain intrench anchor bed delve fix moor dig fasten drain pump suck bleed milk syphon(UK) siphon(US) tap void filter pour tip empty draw off turn go round round pass round sweep round hearken attend hark hear harken listen overhear eavesdrop auscultate descry give strain make out decide resolve opt conclude aim decree plan purpose rule agree cinch name afflict trouble distress torment bother worry plague upset torture harass vex pain harrow oppress beset annoy bedevil rack agonise(UK) agonize(US) ruin wreck devastate demolish spoil smash torpedo waste ravage total desolate dismantle level pulverise(UK) pulverize(US) raze sink trash scrounge access have temporarily use temporarily pledge receive as a loan take as a loan download load input transfer file backup upload paste disregard ignore overpass whitewash condone excuse forgive pardon remit spare bury pass over brush aside gloss over shrug off brush off cash change encash exchange redeem cash out convert into cash convert into money turn into cash turn into money accept cash for clear honor(US) pay fatigue exhaust tire weary frazzle enervate debilitate weaken bust break outwear prostrate knacker overtire tax overtax knock savage abuse condemn insult lambaste pan slam censure criticize(US) flay hammer roast rubbish bash criticise(UK) crucify slate sweat fret fuss stress fear stew panic chafe dither abide brook dread exert continue persist linger remain bide extend perpetuate exist grind perdure protract live pass rise egg on reply to be aggravated by be angered by be annoyed by be baited with be bothered by be enraged by be goaded by be incensed by be inflamed with be infuriated with be insulted by be irked by bite respond go for it say yes say yes to take one up on thumbs up dip into browse through riffle through skim through browse dabble glance peruse read quickly sample scan skim taste flick through flip through glance at employ recruit appoint enlist enrol(UK) enroll(US) retain add fee bring on board sign on sign up shuttle commute alternate ply seesaw shunt travel come and go travel back and forth travel to and fro drive back and forth go back and forth transport to and fro go to and fro tithe charge decimate enforce mulct enact hit charge duty on demand toll charge duty revenue earnings income profit dividends drawings proceeds profits remuneration returns turnover yield gains receipts spoils takings cash flow commission share allotment piece portion slice split apportionment appropriation percentage proportion allocation allowance chunk fraction part payment quota end harvest bounty net booty cargo catching view interpretation perception perspective slant understanding apprehension approach assimilation concept conception insight outlook persuasion point of view account analysis assessment awareness reaction response reply answer evaluation opinion appraisal impression judgement(UK) judgment(US) review comeback comment critique feedback rejoinder sequence shot clip composition segment filmed sequence scene filming depiction portrayal description portrait rendition rendering delineation characterization narrative narration explanation story definition presentation vignette detail commentary output return produce result productivity crop payoff outturn volume fruits turnout amount amount produced out-turn quantity produced gross domestic product salary stipend wage emolument wages recompense paycheck packet honorarium fees emoluments bacon riff variation groove loop melody ostinato phrase refrain tune plunder loot swag pillage boodle pickings prize prey winnings prizes graft plunderage quarry raven intercept grapple clamp handhold gripe handclasp clamping setoff compensation advantage amends atonement benefit bonus bread consideration counterclaim coverage damages defrayal deserts indemnification bribe bung incentive sweetener backhander bribery inducement kick-back hush money kickback pay-off sop payola carrot dropsy More
"take" Antonyms
give hand offer present provide supply deliver impart proffer provision dispense pass serve transfer yield furnish hand over ante up cough up fork out release relinquish let go of unhand release one's hold on drop unhold put down let go let fall lose one's grip on lose throw dump put lay unload place set discard leave plonk plunk pop deposit emplace lay down plant plop position lay out plank down plunk down set down invent compose create form coin conceive contrive devise formulate author design develop fashion forge make originate produce come up with concoct initiate abstain from avoid forgo pass up refrain from curb refuse spurn deny oneself of do without fast give up go without not eat starve oneself of keep from abstain abnegate shun free emancipate liberate extricate unbind unchain unleash unshackle discharge relieve untie bail out befree cast loose cut loose let loose let off let out return give back reinstate hand back restitute restore send back take back add add up total add together increase raise sum tally accumulate combine increment summate insert tally up appreciate count up tot up forfeit surrender abandon cede sacrifice withgo ditch give away rent out hire out lease out let hire lease rent decline reject turn down dismiss rebuff snub brush off pass on say no to eschew give thumbs down to turn away turn back on turn from deny disallow disfavor(US) disfavour(UK) bypass dislike hate avert preclude shirk skip skirt abhor deplore despise detest disesteem oppose disregard omit discount exclude ignore neglect overlook forget brush aside cast aside dispense with do away with have no use for leave out of account pass over pay no attention to cancel discontinue annul halt stop suspend abort cut break off finish quit scratch terminate finish off put an end to desert forsake cast off dispose of jettison leave behind disown get rid of maroon throw away fail blunder flop fall bomb fizzle flounder fold slip fluff flunk founder miss be unsuccessful fall flat fall short lose out miss the mark let slip fail to catch fail to notice fail to see fail to spot lose sight of overpass drop the ball gloss over let something slide disbelieve distrust doubt query question suspect challenge discredit dispute mistrust repudiate be suspicious of be wary of call in question call out confront denounce misunderstand misapprehend miscomprehend misconceive misconstrue misinterpret confound confuse misread distort misjudge pervert miscalculate misknow misreckon mistake not register get the wrong end of the stick get the wrong idea offend repel repulse annoy bother disconcert displease stun disenchant disgust irk irritate peeve perplex revolt rile shock take aback upset vex circumvent evade sidestep circumnavigate dodge elude get around get out of skip out on weasel out of duck funk escape dance around stay away from have hold own possess bear maintain retain be in possession of have in hand sit on recover recuperate mend rebound heal bounce back feel better get better come back pull through rally shake off snap back take a turn for the better bar block ban blockade forbid entry to obstruct freeze out keep out rule out shut out deny entry to limit entry to prevent entry to prohibit entry to refuse entry to succumb capitulate go down be beaten be defeated drop a bundle take a beating resurrect resuscitate revive animate reanimate revitalise(UK) revitalize(US) awaken breathe life into breathe new life into bring around bring to enliven wake up bequeath clothe condemn cover demote help hurt keep protect receive be honest disapprove prevent forbid veto prohibit proscribe disavow censure discourage protest injure push unfasten loose be immune loosen compliment hold lightly unlatch continue contradict disagree dissent fight migrate resist carry on lose to be beaten by fall behind give in bow submit falter retreat aggravate agitate aid allow arouse assist encourage incite permit praise rouse start strengthen pursue beget occasion bring cause catalyze(US) effectuate generate realize(US) engender effect invoke bestow breed give up on deselect unchoose remove grow dissuade withhold take away follow trail cease close end crowd fill throng cluster concentrate congest congregate swarm amass foregather huddle overfill pervade occupy all of abet admire attract commend flatter hide like love note concede relent blink budge be overcome by cave in be conquered by be overwhelmed by show white flag throw in the towel bore alienate depress disappoint disillusion disturb pain debt debit deficit loss cost shortfall deficiency input lack of profit minus sum of money aggregate bulk composite gross pool whole aggregation entirety heap totality body compound ensemble pile unit accumulation amount lump expenditure outgoings bills expenses incomprehension noncomprehension misconception unconsciousness misunderstanding misapprehension misinterpretation misconstruing misknowledge ignorance unawareness inability failure enquiry(UK) inquiry(US) request stupidity idiocy stupidness asininity fatuity simplicity brainlessness incapacity nitwittedness doltishness fatuousness feeble-mindedness obtuseness puerility imbecility ineptitude injudiciousness insensibility thick-headedness cluelessness inscience unintelligence benightedness dumbness inexperience unscholarliness fog illiteracy half-knowledge lack of education empty-headedness mental incapacity

964 Sentences With "take"

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I'm fairly notorious for wanting another take and another take and another take and another take — and another take.
And soon, media sites lit up with take after take after take after take after take after take about if an Oprah run was a good or bad thing.
So I take it and take it and take it.
I'll take Halliburton, I'll take Baker Hughes, I'll take Schlumberger.
They just did it, take after take after take, for six months.
Because everyday I was going to have to do take, after take, after take.
People think I take 'em and then people take 'em thinking I take 'em.
I make sure, with he and I, that I don't just take, take, take.
What happens when you want more, more, more, but people want to take, take, take?
"Take responsibility, take ownership, and take it upon ourselves to meet this moment head on."
"I'll take on the Jews, and I'll take on the Lutherans, and I'll take on the Catholics, and I'll take on the Mormons," he said.
The Soviets will take and take and take until you draw a line in the sand.
Any city I go to, I will take notes, I'll take sketches and I'll take photographs.
You take away our land, you take away our pride, you try to take away everything.
These people can influence elections, take down banks, take down Sony, take down a huge corporation.
Huge shifts will take place today; you're ready to take risks you've been eager to take.
Gatherings have included Pugs Take Boston, where they hosted a pug prom, Pugs Take Vegas, and Pugs Take DC. Soon, the pugs will gather to take Philly.
Ezra Klein: How do you distinguish between a hot take, a smart take, other ... A boring take?
"  "It's going to take time, and it's going to take energy, and it's going to take empathy.
It's going to take time, and it's going to take energy, and it's going to take empathy.
Men who touch, who smile, who surround and crowd and watch and take and take and take.
I'd rather take care of the dog and take care of Leslie and take care of myself.
Everywhere on the ship: You can't take it with you, You can't take it with you, You can't take it with you, You can't take it with you.
You take a step, take a breath, take a step, take a breath, and I think we've been able to do that and keep it in the moment.
I remember us being in The Hague, and being there all day, doing take after take after take.
That was, we can take good news, we can take bad news, but we can't take no news.
Their last non-soundtrack release was 2011's achievement, Take Care, Take Care, Take Care, which showed the band take their brand of music to its most compelling form.
Take back your mink , take back your pearls .
Stand there and take it and take it and take it...Time to give as good as she got.
Of all workers who take family leave, just 13 percent take paid leave, while 763 percent take unpaid leave.
And if you take-- take Heinz Ketchup, it's very, very, very hard to take share away from Heinz Ketchup.
Put yourself first, don't consider the feelings of others, win, succeed, be strong, don't cry, fight, hurt, take, take, take.
Yeah, because usually they take money; you guys take money and you take ad fees and things like that. Right?
Take me with you — take me away from here.
"They take away gold from this country illegally, and make it legal to sell there; they take away coltan, they take away diamonds, they take away all food products," Mr. Maduro said.
Like, "Here, take the sugar, take the sugar, take the sugar," and it also is kind of ridiculous on some level.
Even when you're acting — or in the background as an extra — you have to stand through take after take after take.
"Does the beach take dope, do the waves take dope, do the sea gulls take dope?" he wrote in Surfing World.
A third of them were randomly assigned to take Celebrex, a third to take naproxen and a third to take ibuprofen.
For them, a vacation on a yacht is a once in a lifetime opportunity – they just want to take, take, take.
"You're supposed to give back, not just take take take," Mahesh Cleveland, a Hawaiian-born lawyer with Native ancestry, told me.
You tell them to cast, take two steps, then cast again, but either they take no steps or they take ten.
But don't take my word for it, take Archie Manning's.
Imma take it easy and I do take it easy.
In theory, it should take three months to take effect.
Hot Take: These days people think everything's a hot take.
Why do they take it up and take it down?
I don&apost take - I never take questions from CNN.
I take that very seriously and take responsibility for it.
This can take some weeks, it can take some months.
We'll take whatever we can take if you let us.
"I'll take that, and take that happily," Cruz told reporters.
Take care of yourself before you take care of work.
It would take as long as it needed to take.
The actions we take and the actions we don't take.
It didn't take long for Instagram Stories to take off.
It's a risk you take every time you take drugs.
When fans come, exhibitors take notice and sponsors take notice.
It shouldn't take two years it should take two months.
That may take a little more time to take out.
You take care of me, I'll take care of you.
I take everything in and never take anything for granted.
Today, every time you take an Uber, you take a .
It means, let's just take a breath, take a beat.
But don't take our word for it, take the market's.
It didn't take long for Volcy's idea to take off.
Take care of yourself, but take it easy on yourself.
If prescribed, take it and continue to take it indefinitely.
But it will take time for them to take effect.
" He continued: "Ours take 15 years; theirs take one day.
Robots will probably take cowhands' jobs before they take yours.
" Nodding, Hanks said, "OK, I'll take that, I'll take that.
It didn't take long for the app to take off.
I'll take care of me; you take care of you.
But don't take it from me, take it from
Don't just take our word for it — take Mr. Spicer's.
What will it take for the world to take action?
Take care of staff families; take care of America's families.
Does it take ... weeks or does it take six months?
It is give and take, with an emphasis on take.
You can take it however you want to take it.
My apps take up space, my photos take up space.
I'm just gonna take it wherever I wanna take it.
It must take a while to put on the costume — especially Scott's — so how long does it take to take them off?
IK: It's just you take one picture-, if you take 80 pictures, you take the one picture, and put the one picture.
STEWART: Take up... AXELROD: Well those... STEWARET: ...take up the argument with the founders, take it up with the age of reason.
They can take everything I own, they can take everything I have, but they won't take what's in my heart, they can't.
Take me in, oh tender woman, take me in for heaven's sake, take me in, oh tender woman, sighed the vicious snake.
And if we want movie executives to take the kinds of risks they used to take, we'll need to take them too.
"If you give people, for example, five medications to take a day and you say take this in the morning, take this at lunch time, take this in the evening, that's very complicated," Thompson said.
Get all the education that you can, because they can take your house, they can take your job, they can take your car, but they can never, never take from you what you have learned.
"I don't take money, I don't take worship, I don't take advice," said Braun, who by all accounts doesn't profit from his following.
"This school district needs to take some action to reign in this bad conduct, hopefully they will take take some action," Sykes said.
" Trump continued: "But take a look at Philadelphia, what's been going on, take a look at Chicago, take a look at St. Louis.
"So you can take the letter on the accent; you can take it before; or you can take it after," Mr. Waltz recalled.
Maybe he can come back and take a moment and — don't take it for granted — take a look at the Statue of Liberty.
The unions would not take him, wouldn&apost take him in.
It would take several months for the proposal to take effect.
Take this for example: you can't take black clothes into prison.
Anybody can take it the way they want to take it.
Women who take this type of estrogen should also take progesterone.
They can take our beats, but they can't take our freedom!
" Nanjiani added, "He won't take cars, but he'll take the stairs.
"Just take a step back, let them take it," he said.
Our hope is that people will take notice, and take action.
We're going to take some... STEWART: Yeah, let's take some questions.
We take these accusations seriously, and we'll take your questions seriously.
Take a run, take a bath, get a massage, do yoga.
You're not allowed to take any drugs—you take an aspirin.
I take that as much as I take the bad shit.
They take care of me and I take care of them.
If you want to take credit, first learn to take responsibility.
Also why should I take his and he not take mine .
It didn't take long for the Flyers to take the lead.
Trump transition official: "don't take him literally, take him symbolically" pic.twitter.
Take a break First things first, take a few days off.
To take hits to the thigh, take hits to your head.
And if you take businesses-- you know, you take a Google.
We take this business seriously, but we don't take ourselves seriously.
Take care of yourself and take all the time you need.
We just take and take and expect it to keep producing.
You have to take the time to take care of yourself.
In health care, however, new models take time to take hold.
It is Take On Wall Street, not Take Back Wall Street.
I had to take my clothes off, take off my heels.
Makeup wipes take can take up to 100 years to decompose.
It didn't take long for the nerve gas to take effect.
You can take our GIFs but you can't take our creativity.
Islamic State's take on sharia permits men to take sex slaves.
Make sure to take time to take care of yourself, Aries!
I would take a poetry course, that's what I would take.
A silver lining: This would take not take effect until 2018.
Take care of each other and take care of our viewers.
If you're gonna take, if you're gonna take ISIS to Greenland.
Why can't people take measures to take care of their pets?
Take a pause, regroup, and then take a few steps forward.
It didn't take long for the Portland offense to take off.
It turned out that they contained six hours, take after take.
I take notes at doctors meetings, take notes at coop meetings.
The dead need nothing from us; the living take and take.
If you want to take chances, you can still take chances.
Take 'Em Down says they want to take down another 128.
When you take on pharma, you take on this whole town.
Tillerson would take that shot and then take the next shot.
My next hot take is to take advantage of the amenities.
When I take a walk, sometimes I take it with me.
Because you've got to take chances, you got to take risks.
Those take so long to ... They take a really long time.
Take any show on CNN and take Phil's show on YouTube.
I think it's slowly going to unfold that you see I'm someone who can take it, take it, take it and then I snap.
You can take a little piece from Starbucks; you can take a little piece from Nike; you can take a little piece from Apple.
Are we going to take down -- excuse me -- are we going to take down -- are we going to take down statues to George Washington?
It doesn't take long for him to totally take over the floor.
It didn't take long for the big beverage makers to take notice.
They take and take, and just give us pocket money in return.
Take on today, like we take on the world and their questions.
Honestly, we recommend you take a seat before you take a peek.
When you take punches, you take them, you get back to work.
If we wanna take stuff down, we can't really take it down.
" Trump added, "Take a look, just take a look at what's happened.
They take even 400 or whatever the fuck they need to take.
"Some investigations take years, some only take a few weeks," he said.
And when you feel you should take a decision, take that decision.
These are tablets that I take, but I don't take them often.
"There's an appropriate reaction to take, you take it," Key told Variety.
First, we take the construction site, and then we take the Moon.
To get reinstated, merchants have to take measures that can take weeks.
If they want to take us down, we will take them down.
Not only should we all take action, we all can take action.
Take care of yourself so that you can take care of them.
The acquisition will take time, and any possible changes will take longer.
Take a look through the historic playlists and watch history take off.
We'll take (the playoff berth) and we don't take it for granted.
They didn't take him seriously, they didn't take a potential presidency seriously.
If any investor wants to take their money out, just take it.
They mean have a take that is different than someone else's take.
They may take our lattes, but they will never take our freedom.
Don't take my word for it—take the people's word for it.
She can't take easy fights and Shields can't take any opponent lightly.
We take your blood, we take it back and we process it.
Take good care of it and it'll take good care of you.
Luck will take place, failures will take place, and you will learn.
I don't make anything; I take no salaries; I take no ... costs.
You take care of yourself, and I take care of me, OK?
You take over the police department and you take over the city.
If you take time to take action, they will kill all Rohingyas.
What exactly is your take on his take on what he does?
Some just take water, but the majority take a burrito with it.
"Take a deep breath, take a month off and think about it."
And I take meloxicam, so I don't have to take four Advil.
Separatist militias cannot take the towns; the army cannot take the bush.
They try to take my flow, I take they ass for ransom.
We gotta take care of people that can't take care of themselves.
But those changes could take months, if not longer, to take effect.
If they want to take us down, we're gonna take them down.
Unexpected meetings take place and you're feeling inspired to take a risk.
It may take a few days for this change to take effect.
What would it take to convince other scientists to take this seriously?
Take me in, oh tender woman, take me in for heaven's sake.
Take care of your bunkmake and he will take care of you.
Take your time, but acknowledge when you're ready to take the plunge.
Some can take one to two days and some can take months.
But if they want to take them off, they'll take them off.
Take care of yourself, you know, wash your hands and take precautions.
Take your — Jon, take your camera, go into the middle, and search.
HITCH A RIDE I'll take a cab or I'll take an Uber.
He'll take information and sift through it and take what he wants.
The new rules, if approved, would take would take effect in 2023.
To help not take the road most traveled, take the other road.
"If my guys take a knee, I'll take a knee," Fizdale said.
They're going to take your wealth, they're going to take your guns.
You take care of ISIS, you take care of the whole thing.
I said, "I take it back," but you can't take back prayers.
When you take away money, you take away the requirement for permission.
Take a Number It can often take millenniums for organisms to evolve.
He reminds me to take care of myself, to take a breath.
Any changes would take months — or, more likely years — to take effect.
I&aposll take any chance to skip a line I can take.
Policymakers should take note of this risk and take steps to diversify.
Yet a change of thought can take shape — take Yousafzai, for example.
If you want, sitters can take the dog to their house or yours, or even take take your dog to the vet (Uber for dogs?).
Chuck Todd: So sort of take him at his ... Go down the road, take the absurd premise and sort of take it all the way?
Take after take after take… Rob had to walk into the Atlantic Ocean like 25 times, because the lens kept fogging on that shot. Yup!
It'll take some time for the forces to take and hold villages in the countryside before they can take on ISIS in the city. 4.
I know a lot of loved ones that are in bankruptcy, because their kids just take and take and take until there's no more left.
Bitcoiners should take heart, however, since Segregated Witness was always going to take a few days or even weeks to take effect after going live.
"I will strengthen old friendships and seek new partners, but partners who also help us, not partners who take, and take, and take," Trump said.
Because first we've got to take back the White House, we've got to take back the Senate, and we've got to take back the House.
It is a cold take, a boring take, a take that assumes that the political world, even now, is still relatively rule-bound and predictable.
In Edinburgh, I could take you to the castle, take you to the Royal Mile, take you to the gardens and blow you away immediately.
We can celebrate the event, take in the fashion, take in the history, take in the scenery of Windsor and all the pageantry around it.
They will take and take and take, because you don't know their struggle, and even though they don't know yours, trust them: Theirs was worse.
Andrew's take: C.E.O.s around the country waiting to take a stance on guns, but worried that it might hurt their bottom line, should take note.
I feel like I take a lot of steps forward, and then I take like two steps back just to take like ten steps forward.
"Because they'll take over not only that part of the world, they'll take over this country, they'll take over this part of the world," Trump said.
Borrowers who do take out home equity loans today not only take out just what they need, they also take out fully amortizing home equity loans.
Manipulators always want something from you, and if you look back on your relationships with them, it's all take, take, take, with little or no giving.
And so, what we have suddenly is a whole bunch of powerful women that are in a room together but there's no "take, take, take" culture.
Take classes, especially if they're free, and take advantage of any opportunities your workplace gives you to learn a new skill or take on more responsibility.
Gavin, 23: If they have to take the pill, they can take it, if I have to I'll take it—it doesn't bother me either way.
" Regarding how long it will take to invest that giant sum, he said, "It's not going to take five years — it's going to take much less.
Take a moment, take a breath, take a knee, do what you need to do to get your mind and your spirit and your heart right.
Center employees, friends, family — and anyone, really, who had access to Building 30 — could walk in, take a seat, take a lunch break and take pictures.
In some studies, women take more speaking turns, but men take longer ones.
Just take care of yourself, and we will take care of North Korea.
Sometimes you take a step back and then you take a step forward.
Must take advantage of this opportunity to take the pupperino for a run.
"Knowing when to take fights and when not to take fights," he says.
So, again, why did it take so long for Twitter to take action?
And somebody had to take the fall, somebody had to take the hit.
That's the traditional Rita's take — we take something familiar and generate something spicy.
If they take a step towards us, we also can take one step.
You can take our official twitter, but you'll never take our free time!
I'm gonna take care of my back—I'm gonna take a hot bath.
We're just afraid President Obama would take it further, take more rights away.
"We're going to take it wherever we need to take it," he said.
I thought it would take some time and it did take some time.
But you don't have to take my word for it: Take what Sens.
Let's let people take pictures no matter how they want to take them.
I take bets on how long it will take to receive our drinks.
"Without giving people permission to take risks," he said, "you'll never take risks."
So we're gonna take what serves us, and take what we can find.
Take my word for this -- and then take some poets' words for this.
" A.O.C.: "So you won't take down lies or you will take down lies?
And we're willing to take blame, and we're also willing to take credit.
You take Lux when you have to take him, you're paying child support.
Analysts believed it would take several years for those initiatives to take hold.
You have to take your shot, and you have to take it fast.
It can take hours or even days for the crystals to take shape.
I can take her swimming and I can take her to Ninja Tots.
Because stereotypically speaking, feminists can't take a joke and comedians can't take criticism.
I want every company to take this on, to take on a challenge.
They take a wound, and when that's still half-healed they take another.
Take care of your home and your home will take care of you.
"I would take Michael B. Jordan, I would take Trevor Noah," she said.
I'm still going to take risks but I'm going to take calculated risks.
Take a look inside to see Quarmby's luxurious take on hobbit-style living.
They take the wound, and when that's still half-healed they take another.
"Something that might take three minutes can instead take 20 seconds," Sweary explains.
We got to take -- because they have to take their pick on that.
"So they don't take these stances on pricing that we take," he said.
It would take a flip of 24 seats for Dems to take over.
"Take a look at Johnson & Johnson, take a look at Pfizer, " Trump said.
I want you to take care of yourself, take care of your heart.
I try not to take it for granted, to take care of business.
Take, for instance, this example of using eagles to take down unruly drones.
It's likely going to take several years for the transition to take place.
So I told him take it, come off that thing and take it.
The plea, "Take on me, take me home" speaks to feelings of longing.
Or... We can take a breath, take a beat, and get some context.
Bondholders are going to take a hit; let the bondholders take a hit.
Now, I try and take a take break at least once a year.
Witnessing others take risks we'd never take ourselves provides a chaotically zen experience.
"I eat healthy, take a stretch, take a massage; that's it," he said.
"Take it out, anything, anything in your pockets, take it out," he says.
Phoenix's take on the Joker is the most terrifying take on the character.
If we need to take decisions in 2018, we will take them then.
If everybody has to take Biology and Chemistry, they can take Computer Science.
So they take their name, they take their information, and they release them.
Don't take anything for granted, Taurus, and please take good care of yourself.
I used to take their [dance] classes and they used to take mine.
I would take my own pictures, not have anyone take pictures of me.
Why take a field recorder out when you can just take the phone?
I would take responsibility and be the only one to take the rap.
Kick back and take the trip, but still, don't take the brown acid.
"Be strong, take care of the kids, take care of family," he repeated.
"Take it off, take it off," said Jason Castaño, his longtime personal trainer.
You take your friendships very seriously because you take everything very seriously, Capricorn!
Finally, try not to take it personally if they don't take your advice.
To take that away is to take away what June is fighting against.
But it still could take weeks for the actual tests to take place.
"Changing their attitudes will take way longer, take way more time," Klymenko said.
Take care of yourselves, take care of your families, be a good partner.
I drive home, immediately take my dog out, and then take a shower.
It's much better to take an inch than to take nothing at all.
Should we take on Trump directly or take on his ever-shifting agenda?
When candidates take on Sanders they have to take on everyone around him.
People take it the right way or people take it the wrong way.
Take-Two Interactive Software – Take Two forecast current-quarter revenue below Street forecasts.
Legislating does not take a village, but it does take a working majority.
But that would take time, as some species take many years to grow.
You should take down these four, and you should take down the others.
I also take down my Christmas tree and take it to the curb.
Many believed it would take on Tesla, or perhaps even take it down.
Please take us all into consideration and take a stand for transgender people.
"Take that, take that folks who say Biden is gaffe-prone," Colbert added.
Yet, he was willing to take us on, willing to take a risk.
It would take the vote of four justices to take up the case.
If you take a look at that, take a look at the deal.
"It could take two days, it could take five days," Mr. Goldfeder said.
"It could take two days, it could take five days," Mr. Goldfeder said.
I want him to take a back seat, to take a supporting role.
I take one, dip it in the clay and take a big bite.
And I won't take all the responsibility for it, but I'll take some.
I also only take e-transfers and I take it before we meet.
Take a look at your security, but take a look at the wages.
So you have to take them out and take a look at them.
There's no set timetable, though, and the process could take easily take months.
I take time to work, and I take time to play with them.
It's gonna take a lot more than 1 punch to take me down.
"It'll take you less time than it'll take him, and it'll take him less time to have a quick chat with mom than it would take you, which means in the end, you've saved quite a bit of collective time."
I think what they like to do is pretend ... They're happy to take the money, they're happy to take the status, they're happy to take the power, but they're not happy to take the responsibility that comes with that power.
"Restaurant operators continue to take price and if they continue to take price, and not take it selectively... the consumer will reject them," NPD's Riggs told CNBC.
"If you take all the BS that they've thrown out, and you take our BS, and you take it down, it's a very simple concept," Heinkel says.
They have tried again and again to take him down and they take it just like they try to take Mark, Laura, me down whenever they can.
" When we hear them say that, we think, "Oh they're trying to take my wallet, they're going to take my house or try to take my job.
"Siri, take a photo," will launch the camera and take a picture, for example.
People expect you to take the angle that they would expect you to take.
Take them to the parade or take them to the ceremony in your town.
And not take this as ... not take individual success as representative of everything else.
Attorney disciplinary proceedings, like any other judicial case, take time and can take years.
SHAPIRO: Yes, I&aposll take it if I&aposm nominated, I&aposll take it.
Acting can be tough, but recreating an on-screen icon's work, take for take?
I take the view that there exists the possibility to take the case forward.
It may take a little practice to use this strategy to consistently take action.
Take, for example, the revelation that not all of Aquaman will take place underwater.
We take a trip to where we can't take a nap for the day.
Tried to take my time, take some breaths and not try to rush it.
What you take at 22 and what you take at 28 are very different.
You don't just take pieces of the trial and take them out of context.
If you've really got to go, take a break and take care of business.
"We're willing to take blame and we're also willing to take credit," he added.
It is time to take our future back, time to take our politics back.
"'Take me in tender woman, take me in, for heaven's sake," cried Mr Trump.
Tap the white circle to take a picture, tap and hold to take video.
It will take some, but it is not going to take their business away.
They're like, 'I don't want to take a shot alone, come take a shot.
China ought to take note/start dealing in good faith & take Pres Trump seriously.
You don't know when someone will come take a video or take a picture.
"We'd take two, but we'll take the one," Staal said of earning one point.
And if you have a parent to take care of, take your family leave.
"To take the Kremlin, you must take television," said one of Mr Gorbachev's aides.
"I'll take jobs back from China; I'll take jobs back from Japan," he said.
Leaders, too, may learn to take a joke, though this may take a while.
If you take too long to take the shot your dog will look away.
"For me, I take about the deepest breath that I can take," he says.
I would take a meeting with anyone -- I take the meeting with the devil.
We're going to take out their leaders, we're going to take out their infrastructure.
It's companies like us, take the responsibility and take the leadership on the economy.
The investigation will take its course, and we will let it take its course.
I will now take a step back and take a long time to listen.
Take care of yourself and take a moment to speak your truth.
Only take them when essential, but if you're prescribed antibiotics, take the full course.
I told her: 'No, you can take first place and I'll take second place'.
This gives me permission to take a breath, to just take a tiny break.
We take responsibility and we'll be stopping the vehicle if you don't take over.
Looks like anyone can take a selfie but not everyone can take a joke.
If you cannot support the president, then take a stand and take a walk.
Some parts of the order will take effect immediately, while others will take time.
It's making sure I take care of you so you take care of me.
We don't take ourselves very seriously, but we take what we do very seriously.
In The Hours, all I did was kiss Allison Janney for take after take.
Why not take care of those and then take care of the dicey things?
It's a quick and easy take, but it's a quick, easy, and wrong take.
After breast cancer treatment, most women who take tamoxifen take it for five years.
I think, I dunno, we gotta take back power, we gotta take back control.
Trump refused to even take responsibility for his own callous failure to take responsibility.
What you do is taketake out your tape—you probably ran it live.
They're trying to take away our culture, they're trying to take away our history.
Still, it'll take more than some mean-spirited comments to take this family down.
So I really tried to take a step back to take two steps forward.
Take a look at the video above to hear Burgess's take on the law.
"After they (McLaren) take decisions, I will take mine," the 36-year-old added.
Take up a ton of space, make loud noises, flex, and take mirror selfies.
In other words, do you take your skin care like you take your coffee?
Employees need to take their cybersecurity as seriously as they take their physical security.
We had to either take a step backward or not take a step backward.
It would not take long, though, for that name to take on added meaning.
TV that it may take years for some of the changes to take effect.
Instructor: You had one step to take, and you decided to take a shortcut!
They're making enough money that they can take risks players didn't used to take.
Because you want to legally take the animals, not let the poachers take them.
They can take away our emails, but they can't take away our #PrayersForNick pic.twitter.
It might take a couple months, or it could take a year or more.
Recruiting them will take several months, and conducting the study will take several more.
We'll start to take things from the US, and they'll take things from us.
I take care of my team, and we take care of the first responders.
These issues will take time, but it's critical we take big steps forward now.
But I take my losses like I take my wins, like a true champion.
We should take heart and we should take pride in that and defend it.
And if you want to take it that further step, I'll take the heat.
Places where you take the subway and then you have to take a bus.
On the flip side, you're more than welcome to take cover and take fire.
I never thought my body could take it, or mentally I could take it.
I take my work very seriously, but I don't take myself seriously at all.
"I'll take a bucket, take bricks, and I'll start building it myself," said Rep.
They could just come and take you away and take everything away from you.
You're eager to take action, but take it slow and think things through, Sagittarius.
I'm going to take one and take that one, if you don't mind. Okay.
I take a moment to say hello to the morning and take a breath.
Take action before torn finger paintings and lumpy clay pots take over your home.
We take care of the soldiers, and the soldiers will take care of us.
Hopefully he'll take it into the middle innings and we'll take it from there.
Safe travel can still take place if people take safety precautions and plan ahead.
It is his plan to take the carmaker private, not to take it public.
That flight had yet to take place, and now it may never take off.
"It would take a few weeks for transmission to take off again," Kucharski says.
Negotiations can take months, and the tariffs have only just begun to take effect.
It will take a lot more than corroborated evidence to take down this president.
If our team decides we need to take the full time, we'll take it.
" -MIT Technology Review "I take that Elysium stuff...I take that stuff every day.
But maybe take it off before you wash your hands or take a shower.
An attorney pays and refuses to take my money — I'll take the free lunch!
I am not looking to take sides; I am willing to take a stand.
That's exactly the number they need to take to take control of the Senate.
Christians are called to take up celebration as intentionally as they take up waiting.
If I don't take care of myself, I can't take care of anyone else.
If you can't afford to take any risks, you generally won't take any risks.
But don't take my word for it; take 2015 Emily VanDerWerff's word for it.
It didn't take Ngannou long to catch Overeem and almost take his head off.
We take care of illegal immigrants better than we take care of our military.
But after reading take after take after take on the latest round of our ongoing Twitter wars, I'm struck by how inexplicable both sides seem to the other.
Every business needs sales, follow up, execution of product, take care of employees and partners, take care of shareholders and take care of every need of the customers.
And emergency session of Congress, take the DACA, take the separation fix, take the funding of the wall, and both houses do their job and the president signs it.
Why not take everything Telltale did — take Walking Dead, take Guardians of the Galaxy, Batman — and you remove the gameplay elements and just make them choice-based streaming series?
Number two was to always take it a step further — take the arrangements a step further, take the idea of a show a step further; having a real concert.
"He continued: "So, people are pushed out on the risk spectrum to earn higher returns and take more risks than they're probably willing to take, or need to take.
If you take that away, you take the social safety net of last resort away.
"If we didn't take that food she would take it as a rejection," Clark says.
They are playing some games... They're allowed to take part, not allowed to take part.
Isn&apost this a way to take our constitution as written and take it back?
Because now I've got to take care of the bills, take care of the cat.
I take about two rolls' worth...might not be good, but I'll take my chances.
Things take take a turn for the weird when Holt realizes this is all ridiculous.
I finally take a few minutes to take everything down and put the decorations away.
I think I have to by law take $1, so I'll take $1 a year.
I take lots of pills to deal with this; I take sleeping pills and tranquilizers.
"I take time to work and I take time to play with them," he said.
And she would take me to rehearsals and she would take me here and there.
I was struggling but I knew I couldn't take a minute to take a break.
The company will also take a commission on commerce transactions that take place in Prompt.
It's where I can take back what people take from me on a daily basis.
Peter Eavis's take: We can take lessons on the U.S.-China trade skirmish from Brexit.
If lawmakers take no action, the rule would take effect as soon as Dec. 1.
The first way to take care of yourself is to take care of your mind.
I would love to take down Pocket and I would love to take down Diigo.
Because now I've got to take care of the bills, take care of the cat.
So I'll just take a picture of a food item and take them with me.
"They take precautions very seriously, and they also take due process very seriously," Swift said.
"It is a risk I want to take, and ought to take," the chancellor said.
It will take on the order of six to 12 months to really take hold.
"If you want to take it that further step, I'll take the heat," Trump said.
I slice up Miriam's masterpiece, take a forkful, blow on it, and take a bite.
To the extent that they can't take action, said Punderson, Juul will take civil action.
Everybody wants to seek revenge, but take a step back and take a deep breath.
We could take photos, but they told us where to take them and of what.
The amount of restructuring dollars that we take, all of which we take into expense.
Maybe I'll take on,&apos" she added to the Mirror UK. "Then you take another.
If they don't take up arable land, they need to take up pasture or wilderness.
I know if I just take care of that, everything will take care of itself.
Take a look ahead at all the deals and discounts you can take advantage of.
Before we take to Twitter, let's take a moment to look closely at Pulphus's painting.
They should also take notes and take the consent documents home to examine and consider.
And it should take the time to take a fresh look at the underlying rule.
DC needs to take the most appealing characters and take full advantage of their potential.
Also: You take wonderful care of others, but how do you take care of yourself?
In the right setting I might take amphetamines, but I'd never take crystal meth again.
"Please take that video dwn… I can't take it anymore I'm goin crazy," he wrote.
Why do you expect anyone to take you seriously when you don't take yourself seriously.
And if your doctor told you to take your meds with food, take that seriously.
No... CNN is fake news I don't take questions — I don't take questions from CNN.
If we don't take the step than we aren't prepared to take the next step.
Take a deeper dive into the people behind the tech monopolies with Winners Take All.
Quinn and I will take care of her, just like she take cares of us.
They take his words and they manipulate them, they take his tweets and manipulate them.
"It's going to take a lot to take down a behemoth like Facebook," he said.
VCs don't take as much responsibility for their dollars as they take for their time.
This motivates those companies to take risks that larger, more established, companies would never take.
Some confusion about what direction to take a plan comes today, so take it slow.
Edibles can take hours to kick in, and the peak can take another few hours.
Take a squad full of your best troops and you're less likely to take casualties.
Just take a peek: Take that man to the vet, because those pythons are siiiiiick.
Take it or leave it (though I highly suggest you take it, because it's brilliant).
Product transitions used to take five or seven years; now they take one or two.
We take care of the software and the hardware, they take care of the food.
"I though I'd take a lot of heat—I didn't take any heat," he said.
"We don't want to take one step forward and take one step back," Covington said.
Most people want to take control of their lives, want to take responsibility for others.
You don't even have to take it from me; you can take it from Anonymous.
The upgraded Renegade will take you many of the places a Wrangler will take you.
This is because I started to take my writing seriously — started to take myself seriously.
Because of the time it would take people would often take the time to socialize.
But Larson-Green also isn't afraid to take risks and take opportunities when they come.
It doesn't take much imagination to make amends, but it does take genuine good will.
So you take a photo, go for a walk, talk, and just take more photos.
I take that really seriously—Jenji has taught me how to take that really seriously.
We can take it into account, (but) we don't have to take it into account.
I take Wellbutrin, I take a double dose of the normal baseline dose for depression.
" Another reads: "Take it like a man but don't take it up with the man.
"You'd never take a knee ... so take a stand on Election Day," the mailer reads.
Take a look at every word of the year, and take a trip through time.
Thunberg can take heart that her "flight shaming" message has forced airlines to take notice.
Bob Weinstein would take Dimension; Harvey would take the Oscars-focused Weinstein Company film unit.
"If everybody has to take biology and chemistry, they can take computer science," she said.
And you don't have to take it from me — you can take it from her.
Take away the cellphones, it turns out, and you also take away the cellphone hunch.
Participants take classes, attend performances, take part in workshops and contribute to a theatrical production.
It can take a beating and take a washing and the hairs don't pull out.
"If I didn't have to take the subway," he said, "I wouldn't take the subway."
It will encourage you to take your power back and take charge of your life.
Day after day during the recording sessions, he did take after take, hour after hour.
We take care of people but we still try to take care of our staff.
Drivers can still pick up take-out food and take showers at the company's facilities.
Vitamins, if you bother to take them at all, aren't the easiest supplements to take.
I can't take back what I did or take the pain of my victims away.
Players are asked to take control of one fleet of spaceships and take on another.
That's because Trump believes big guys should take everything and little guys should take nothing.
Justice Neil Gorsuch did not take part in considering whether to take up the case.
That evaluation, however, likely doesn't take into account all that those devices take from you.
Around 85033,000 people a year take the LSAT; around 700,000 a year take the GRE.
Importantly, leadership doesn&apost just take some time off — they take their fully allotted leave.
Why did it take Republican politicians many months, until just now, to take this seriously?
"Take the stairs rather than the elevator, or take a walk at lunch," Mainous advised.
So, yeah, they can take Google's money, but they can't take it all, I guess.
Go take a look at them and, please, take out a subscription to the site.
It takes a lot to convince people to take the kind of risks they take.
I can't take much more of this, I tell you I can't take much more.
Congress might not take up the Equality Act, especially if Democrats don't take the Senate.
I like coming here to take pictures, but I honestly take all kinds of pictures.
Please, take my money, take care of these people, which we haven't done well enough.
There will be more gridlock if Democrats take the Senate but don't take the House.
You cannot take any risks and you should take all stops out to contain it.
According to the study, those cities were: Minimum wage: $15.59 Rent as a percentage of take-home pay: 101% Minimum wage: $11.10 Rent as a percentage of take-home pay: 103% Minimum wage: $10.10 Rent as a percentage of take-home pay: 103% Minimum wage: $7.25 Rent as a percentage of take-home pay: 104% Minimum wage: $253 Rent as a percentage of take-home pay: 106% Minimum wage: $8.25 Rent as a percentage of take-home pay: 111% Minimum wage: $7.25 Rent as a percentage of take-home pay: 111% Minimum wage: $12 Rent as a percentage of take-home pay: 113% Minimum wage: $7.25 Rent as a percentage of take-home pay: 114% Minimum wage: $20193 Rent as a percentage of take-home pay: 116% Minimum wage: $7.25 Rent as a percentage of take-home pay: 121% Minimum wage: $7.25 Rent as a percentage of take-home pay: 124% Minimum wage: $7.25 Rent as a percentage of take-home pay: 125% Minimum wage: $7.25 Rent as a percentage of take-home pay:129% Minimum wage: $129 Rent as a percentage of take-home pay: 132% Minimum wage: $7.25 Rent as a percentage of take-home pay: 143% Of all of the cities ranked, Austin, Texas, is the least affordable city for low-wage earners.
The measure doesn't take effect until 2023, leaving time for the NCAA to take its own steps even though other states are considering measures that could take effect even earlier.
You can take out their oil fields, you can take out their oil refining capacity, you can take out their infrastructure, you can target their troops and their troop movements.
"We have to take out the parking signs, we have to take out the bus poles, we have to get permission from the M.T.A. to take those down," Foley said.
It will take me a while to undo it, but I will just take it on.
Take in the thrill of Startup Battlefield or heck, why not take part in the competition?
You take care of the land, the land will take care of you and your family.
The president doesn't want to take the fall, so he may make her take the fall.
We'd like to take what we do in eight communities and take it to the world.
Your foes take more bullets to kill, but they don't just sit there and take it.
North Korea - we'll take care of it folks; we're going to take care of it all.
"The current winners take all, and winners take all for a few more years," Bowers said.
Take that away and you take away the free press and any kind of government accountability.
Keep faith, keep watch, Take heart, take courage, Guard mind, guard spirit, Feed love, feed longing.
Keep faith, guard mind, Take heart, guard spirit, Take courage, keep watch, Feed longing, feed love.
If there's one take-away from my travels, it's this: We can't take species for granted.
He asks if he'd like to pay his respects take and take him to the graveyard.
Now, what is the proper approach to take or what are they urging him to take?
You take the glasses out of your pocket, put them on, and take a deep breath.
Rating: Take your love, take it down, climb a mountain, turn around—because there's Mark Eaton.
He helps you take a fort, and then kills you to take the fort for himself.
"If you want to take something for a headache, take a NSAID ibuprofen product," she says.
They cannot take off their skin color the way some can take off a polo shirt.
I know that I take photos with my phone, like I take a lot of pictures.
Why am I not going to take advantage of y'all and take money from y'all too?
"Some people's gonna take caution from it, some people's gonna take glory from it," Antoine said.
If it's an item I'm selling, I'll just take the photo and take it with me.
Yeah, I hope people can take that away from it if they're gonna take anything away.
On Thursday, both Activision Blizzard and Take Two Interactive take the stage after the market closes.
I would get so overwhelmed that I would take them out just to take a break.
Photo shoots never take longer than 15 minutes, and they can take as little as five.
In an effort to take out extremists, they take away an important tool of civil society.
When you jump into Supermedium, experiences don't take minutes to download, they take seconds to open.
And people often don't take a step back and take a deep breath before they react.
The "goose" gang is determined to take down Colton, who dared take Tia on a date.
The next step is to take the system back to normal, which will take several weeks.
"Looks like anyone can take a selfie but not everyone can take a joke ," Midler tweeted. .
Now it's still going to take years as schools don't take this kind of decisions lightly.
Take-or-pay requirements make consumers pay for gas whether they take physical delivery or not.
When hosts take too long, players are quick to take them to task in the comments.
Take hold of your jaw, really feel and push your skin to take the pressure out.
There is no incentive to take unpopular decisions now; let the next guy take the hit.
People ask me what sort of drugs I take and I don't take any drugs whatsoever.
He could take the hit for secrecy, or he could take the hit for the truth.
Take it easy on your bank account and take the refurb route, you won't be sorry.
Sometimes, they take me to a private room and ask me to take my clothes off.
"Sometimes you just need a place to take take a breath and move on," she explains.
Take Saturday Night Live's take on it, a sketch titled "Car Hunk" that aired this weekend.
You should give credit whenever you take things, even if the things you take are bad.
Where we go next depends on how we take — or don't take — advantage of this moment.
Then I take a shower, brush my teeth, take the pup out, and go to bed.
But take a complex area of human relations that we really do take seriously: property rights.
I take a knee and I ask her, 'Will you marry me and take my name?
That's a big gamble for Trump to take but it's conceivable that he would take it.
Why does everything take you so—how long does it take you to make your room?
So take a cue from us, and take a cue from current events and meme culture.
It&aposs a shame, you make and make and all they do is take and take.
Most of these services also take Samsung and Google devices, and all of them take iPhones.
To take a step back, when companies take money from investors, they sell those investors securities.
You can take Britain out of Europe but you can't take the European out of Britain.
Take it slow, keep things low pressure, and take advantage of the dreamy vibe by resting.
You can take the girl outta Calabasas, but you can't take the Calabasas outta the girl.
Those of you planning to take on Thanksgiving for the first time this year, take note.
It's a lot to take in, and it'll take a few days to master them all.
I don't take my advice and I don't take anything seriously that comes from the RNC.
I don't know what it would take for Indonesia to take victims of sexual assault seriously.
Next, take a look at how successful people take advantage of their time before the workday.
I'll see results of the filler immediately though Dysport will take several days to take effect.
And if you want to take your own life, you can take other lives with you.
If I have to take your ass to court, I will take your ass to court.
He said it will take time to build a team which can take on the Warriors.
Natives are not going to take it anymore because you can't take from us no more.
Companies need to take similar action to empower innovators to take risks on women-led startups.
When we did take those songs to Paul Maccarrone's studio we hit them in one take.
Armed with these tools, she can take a few cleansing breaths and take care of business.
So when you take off their coat, you take away their built-in sun protection, too.
"As with Air Berlin, we will take opportunities when they are right to take," he added.
I just knew the future would take care of itself when I take care of today.
The changes could take six months or more to take effect, a senior administration official said.
"I take care of you, you take care of me," the complaint quoted Epstein as saying.
"  "Even if we realize it, we don't take the steps necessary to take that privacy back.
Sanders said he was going to take on the banks and take on the pharmaceutical companies.
Facebook will also sometimes take the initiative to manually seek out and take down violating posts.
Read on, take notes, and take your hair-care routine to a whole new, shiny level.
I want to take that because I want to take into account what the people say.
Why take the time to phone someone when an email will take less of your time?
If they take another trip they will take "three of everything" in case of mechanical failures.
Take one — take two or three through Labor Day or into September, and extend your summer.
But take note: The last day to take those distributions this year is Friday, Dec. 29.
But the fact that he wants to take it further, he needs to take that risk.
Companies now face a moment of decision: take a step backwards or take a step forward.
Mass extinction is a risk that we do not need to take — and should not take.
Then again, some of the winner-take-all-states are in reality winner-take-congressional district.
I promised her I will live, and I will take life seriously and take my medications.
But they have to take down their barriers and they have to take off the taxes.
So how does he take — how does he take five and say it's better than 10?
Some people take it as a way to treat opioid addiction, while others take it recreationally.
K., I'll let you take the truck without me, to take your brother to the movies.
But if you didn't want to take my word for it, you can now take Verizon's.
They will take away those massive tax cuts, and they will take away your Second Amendment.
"If you take the right to vote away, you take that precious tool away," Young says.
If I'm really struggling I take a melatonin but I don't take them all the time.
Let them take half the step we routinely take — invite journalists — when they do snap exercises.
Take a quick napI take naps most days, but often they are, like, three hours. 13.
But if you didn't repent, he might take it easy and take two or three swings.
During the workday, take a break every hour or so, and even take a walk outside.
Usually, newer artists take larger areas, while expert painters take on details, like hands and eyes.
"We're not allowing informal mining to officially take place, but practically things take time," he said.
If he won't take care of the litter box, he won't take care of a child.
"If you take animals seriously, you would take them seriously on their own terms," he said.
It could take 10 years to happen It could take 10 years to happen Remember Brexit?
Apps like YouTube will take part, too, notifying people when it's time to take a break.
"We feel like the best way to take this is to take a proactive stance," Rep.
New withholding guidelines take effect this month, giving taxpayers an increase in their take-home pay.
"In this moment of the hot take, I'm the master of the warm take," she said.
Transactions can take as little as two weeks, she said, but most take about two months.
"I need to take care of myself to be able to take care of other people."
You can't pitch inside, you can't take out the shortstop, you can't take out the catcher.
Solids take longer to digest than liquids; fats take longer to digest than protein or carbohydrates.
"Management told us that they don't take petitions, that they can never take petitions," Jake said.
The deals are expected to take months to complete as buyers take over individual client accounts.
The deals are expected to take months to complete as buyers take over individual client accounts.
We don't want to take six months, and we don't even want to take three months.
Take time to gaze out at the horizon and take in the vastness of the seascape.
"We said, 'Take them back' and unfortunately, like NATO, they take advantage," Mr. Trump told reporters.
"I just have to take care of what I have to take care of," he said.
About 1.9 million students take the ACT per year, and about 2.1 million take the SAT.
We're going to take back our federal offices and we're not going to take it anymore.
Not only will it take away many jobs from humans, it will take away human interaction.
Take a deep breathThe stock market may take a temporary dive into no man&aposs land.
I take a body shower, change into my comfy house clothes (yay, no work!), take H.
It will likely take a few weeks for investors to decide whether to take the offer.
But he often likes to take things head-on and he might take this head-on.
Tell us where he want to take us and how he plan to take us there.
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Road and bridge safety projects that take months to build should not take years to permit.
I didn't take my hand off the piece, I didn't take my hand off the piece.
K., Peter," he recalls saying, "if you want to take the risk, I'll take it, too.
But now they have to take them back, and they take them back with open arms.
You take your turn, you wait for your contact to take a turn, and so on.
"If you want to take it that further step, I'll take the heat," Trump told lawmakers.
Now he can't take care of anyone and has no one to take care of him.
A picture of an individual might take 15 minutes; an entire scene might take two hours.
A trip that used to take an hour can now take four on rutted, broken roads.
North Korea — we'll take care of it folks; we're going to take care of it all.
" West did not take questions, telling reporters, "I just want to take a picture right now.
Go take a look at them and take out a subscription to Cooking when you do.
To qualify, he had to take the SAT, which students normally take when applying to college.
A nanny has to take care of herself so she can take care of your child.
Are we going to take down, are we going to take down statues to George Washington?
William says that he doesn't want to take any of them—he wants to take me.
I think we can take back Mosul and move on into Syria and take back Raqqa.
It's about I want to take over, because if I don't take over I'll be shot.
" "Take me there, but just drive around it, and then take me back to the hotel.
Why is it that every time we take one step forward, we take two steps back?
"It's a lot easier for Nike to take women's business from Lulu or Under Armour to take women's business from Lulu than it is Lulu to take men's business [from them]."
She heard about how, in a divorce, sometimes the parents will "take" the kids, or one parent will "take" one kid while the other "take" the other kid and the dog.
"Once you take control of your currency, once you take control of your data, once you take control of your citizenship, that's when you're going to have true freedom," he said.
" He recalled once asking a colleague in his section to take care with a particular passage, only to be told, "I don't take orders from you — I take orders from Szell.
They don't be taking care of their chicken right ... So while y'all in it right now, take care of y'all's bodies, take care of y'all's chicken, take care of y'all's mental.
Healthcare, Retail, TransportationA doctor's office that charges $150 a month and doesn't take insurance just raised $26 million to take its model nationalParsley Health, a new kind of doctor's office that charges a monthly fee and doesn't take insurance, is planning to take its business virtual.
For example, you could take Bridgeport, and you could take New Haven, and you could take Hartford, Connecticut, and make those tax-free economic zones and bring in vitality to the state.
"Nikki Giovanni told me to take care of your black female readers because they will take care of you," she said in a 20043 interview, and Jones' novels do take that care.
But I hope that when people listen to it, they can take, I mean, I hope people take away different things from the song, but that's what I take away from it.
"And I think everyone got to take a breath and take a step back and take a look at it, and now just focus on maybe doing it a little bit slower."
"I thought even if I could not take anything, I must take the solar panel," he said.
The oath of office I take today is an oath of allegiance I take to all Americans.
The CEO refused to take a knee (take a knead?) and instead blamed the NFL anthem protests.
The most important thing is that you take the first step — and that you take it now.
The incentives take the form of cash grants and tax credits, and some take effect over time.
But they do take them, they did at Instagram, take his ideas and did a better job.
But don't just take it from us, take it from the Amazon users raving about these things.
What matters isn't the size of the step you take; what matters is that you take it.
It would take another generation for PLATO's biggest lessons to really take hold in a meaningful way.
You can take the girl out of California, but you can't take California out of the girl.
" Take-Two Interactive Software: "OK, Take-Two Interactive got some incredible reviews for 'Red Dead Redemption [2].
"The case is going to take much longer and is going to take more resources," she said.
General elections, which were expected to take place in spring 2017, will now take place this autumn.
But, before you can take care of others, it's imperative that you first take care of yourselves.
And while that may take more time than some people want to take, I respect their impatience.
"She would take me to Korean restaurants and I would take her to Southern stuff," remembers Taylor.
I get up and take the dog out, take care of the ducks, and get some coffee.
Can you take a moment out of your impossible schedule to personally take a look at this?
You can take the products from the girl, but you can't take the girl from the products.
"Reforms will take time, reforms will take a couple of years," said Pua, the member of parliament.
Batteries would take up more space in a heavy goods truck and would take hours to recharge.
If you take anything away from this f—ing show, that's what you need to take away.
I think we should take better care of it, we should take better care of each other.
It's going to take some time and it's going to take some practice, but you will succeed.
Maps and emails take forever to load, and WhatsApp messages take an age to manually type out.
HOLT: We're going to take... SANDERS: Is that your strategy... HOLT: We're going to take a break.
"This time, I'm going to take advantage of Facebook's option to take leave in parts," he wrote.
Rivero: Just that AB5 doesn't take away anybody's flexibility, it's the companies that take away the flexibility.
So they want us to take care of bed space, and resources, and personnel, and take everybody.
You can take the superhero out of her costume, but you can never take away her superpowers.
We could take all the best pieces from 10 different takes and cobble together the perfect take.
With this mode, you take a selfie, and you take a photo of what you're looking at.
We know where we're heading on this … Let Jordan take the West Bank, let Egypt take Gaza.