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noun coming to power

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noun choosing or taking something as one's own

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verb to assimilate in order to take over or appropriate

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verb fill in for, compensate

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verb gain as possession from someone's death

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verb give rest, relief

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verb guide, direct on a course

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verb come after; take the place of

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verb take the place of; override

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