take control

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assume control

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The Libyan military police indeed managed to take control of the border post from the rebels of Zouara who had been taking control of it since the end of fights in the country.
Froggatt applies the highly effective method of cognitive-behaviour therapy to explain why humans experience loss of control; what stress really is; the 12 principles of personal control and stress management; and a set of practical skills to take control and make stress work for you.
The viruses come with programs called "bots," which act like robots and allow the extortionists to take control of the infected systems and use them to attack their victims.
With inner motivation it is possible to take control of how one uses one's body, eats, uses substances such as nicotine and alchohol, manages stress, and so on and so forth, and make health promoting/disease preventing changes in the way one lives.
Strong began to take control under the basket and the Eagles got the deficit under 10 points when Strong scored on a driving layup with 1:26 remaining.