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the act of someone who picks up or takes something

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very attractive

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The reflection wore off, and I began quickly to forget the circumstances that attended the taking them.
This was so just an offer, that nothing could be fairer; so he agreed, and taking a constable and me with him, we beset the house.
Jo enjoyed a taste of this satisfaction, and ceased to envy richer girls, taking great comfort in the knowledge that she could supply her own wants, and need ask no one for a penny.
It seems to me that Jo will profit more by taking the trial than by waiting," said Mrs.
Well, go," said I: so the boy jumped into the water and taking a little gun in one hand, swam to shore with the other hand, and coming close to the creature, put the muzzle of the piece to his ear, and shot him in the head again, which despatched him quite.
Then said the slayer of Argus, guide and guardian, "Sir, all that you have said is right; but tell me and tell me true, are you taking this rich treasure to send it to a foreign people where it may be safe, or are you all leaving strong Ilius in dismay now that your son has fallen who was the bravest man among you and was never lacking in battle with the Achaeans?
Mercury opened the gate for the old man, and brought in the treasure that he was taking with him for the son of Peleus.
Which errors, had he lived, were not enough to injure him had he not made a sixth by taking away their dominions from the Venetians; because, had he not aggrandized the Church, nor brought Spain into Italy, it would have been very reasonable and necessary to humble them; but having first taken these steps, he ought never to have consented to their ruin, for they, being powerful, would always have kept off others from designs on Lombardy, to which the Venetians would never have consented except to become masters themselves there; also because the others would not wish to take Lombardy from France in order to give it to the Venetians, and to run counter to both they would not have had the courage.
9 percent of $135,000 for each affected employee may make taking advantage of an early resolution date cost-effective where it otherwise might not be.
Doctors may prescribe different schedules for taking HRT.
The Senate also added amendments to the Safe Drinking Water Act requiring a "takings-impact analysis" for any regulation that might cause a taking of property and mandating cost-benefit analyses for any regulations costing more than $100 million.
An employee taking leave for self-care, who has a medical need for intermittent leave, must also try to schedule it to reduce disruption to the employer's operations and may be reassigned to an equivalently paid position that better accommodates the need for recurring leave.
1) Like many middle-class professionals in the 19th century, Lord considered gambling to be immoral and blamed miners' high mortality rates and enduring financial insecurity upon their penchant for taking risks.
The taking state of land is not an Israeli invention; in fact, it happens in Arab states throughout the Middle East.
Like a diabetic or hypertensive person, you may question whether you need to continue taking the medication day after day, especially if you feel well.