take control

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assume control

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Founded in 1995, Taking Control of Your Diabetes(TM) (TCOYD) is a not-for-profit 501(c)3 diabetes education organization that offers programs to inform, motivate and empower participants to take control of their diabetes.
It took a little while to get going,'' Harvard-Westlake co-coach Nigel Dookhoo said, ``but once they started to play the way we know they can, they started to take control.
The experts will speak on Structuring Your Organization to Take Control of your SOA projects, the five key tenets of achieving true command and control of your SOA environment, and taking control over the performance and business return of SOA and Web Services-based systems.
Our passing was pretty inconsistent at times, so we kind of let them take control.
a new software company enabling consumers to take control of their Internet experience, today introduced a combination radio advertising campaign and customer affinity marketing program enabling users to earn incentives.