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  • 141 away with — To run away with ● make * * * I said as an exhortation to overcome or be rid of something; let us be rid of away with poverty! II away (or off or out, etc.) with used in exhortations to take or send someone or something away, in, out, etc off… …

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  • 142 Take a Look — CD de Pamela Moore Publicación 1981 Género(s) Pop Discográfica First American Records Productor(es) Bob Israel …

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  • 143 Take One — Álbum de estudio de Adam Lambert Publicación 17 de noviembre de 2009 Grabación 2009 Género(s) Pop rock Duración …

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  • 144 Away in a Manger — is a religious Christmas carol first published in an 1885 Lutheran Sunday School book by James R. Murray (March 7, 1841 March 10, 1905), but the author of the first two stanzas is unknown. There are at least two major melodies for the song: one,… …

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  • 145 take to one's heels — also[show a clean pair of heels] {v. phr.} To begin to run or run away. * /When he heard the police coming, the thief took to his heels./ …

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  • 146 take to one's heels — also[show a clean pair of heels] {v. phr.} To begin to run or run away. * /When he heard the police coming, the thief took to his heels./ …

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  • 147 Take the Train — is a card game of the shedding type family, marketed by the U.S. Playing Card Company under its Bicycle Games sub brand. The object of the game is to have the most train fares remaining at the end of the game; train fares are distributed evenly… …

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  • 148 "Take a Picture" — est un album de pop américain, écrit, composé et interprété par la pianiste et chanteuse Margo Guryan. Sorti en 1968, le disque n eut qu un succée critique car aucune promotion n eut lieu. Aujourd hui culte, l album est reconnu comme étant un… …

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  • 149 Take Up Thy Stethoscope and Walk — Chanson par Pink Floyd extrait de l’album The Piper at the Gates of Dawn Pays  Royaume Uni …

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  • 150 Take Your Time — Album par John Scatman Sortie 1er juin 1999 Durée 42 min 28 s Genre Scat Label …

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  • 151 Take a picture — est un album de pop américain, écrit, composé et interprété par la pianiste et chanteuse Margo Guryan. Sorti en 1968, le disque n eut qu un succée critique car aucune promotion n eut lieu. Aujourd hui culte, l album est reconnu comme étant un… …

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  • 152 take one's life away — index dispatch (put to death) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 153 take oneself away — index quit (evacuate) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 154 take someone's breath away — ► take someone s breath away astonish or inspire someone. Main Entry: ↑breath …

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  • 155 take French leave — 1. To depart without notice or permission 2. To disappear suspiciously • • • Main Entry: ↑French * * * take French leave phrase to take time away from your job without asking for permission Thesaurus: time off from workhyponym …

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  • 156 take a running jump — (slang) An expression of impatience, contempt, etc • • • Main Entry: ↑run * * * take a running jump Brit informal + impolite used to tell someone who angers or annoys you to go away She told him to (go) take a running jump. [=(US) take a flying… …

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  • 157 take aside — ˌtake a ˈside [transitive] [present tense I/you/we/they take aside he/she/it takes aside present participle taking aside past tense took aside …

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  • 158 take-out — take|out «TAYK OWT», noun. 1. that which is taken out or removed: »The city promised the takeout from the take home pay will decline to normal (New York Times). 2. a magazine article printed on full and successive pages and easily removable as a… …

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  • 159 take|out — «TAYK OWT», noun. 1. that which is taken out or removed: »The city promised the takeout from the take home pay will decline to normal (New York Times). 2. a magazine article printed on full and successive pages and easily removable as a unit:… …

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  • 160 take the law into one's own hands — {v. phr.} To protect one s supposed rights or punish a suspected wrongdoer without reference to a court. An overused expression. * /When the men of the settlement caught the suspected murderer, they took the law into their own hands and hanged… …

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