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Then we had leisure to take stock of the execution our volleys had effected.

It is time for us to take stock of all our material and all our spiritual possessions.

Grantline could now take stock of the battle; he had been victorious.

Then I'll take stock at once, and we'll square up and I'll land the other man.

I can judge of anyone, man or boy, if I have time enough to take stock of him.

Disheartened, disgusted, disappointed, I had to take stock of our position.

It's only when you look back that you can take stock of yourself.

"Take stock of that footprint," he began, pointing to the moist ground.

Then, standing where she could see when his eyes opened, she began to take stock.

Let us just take stock of Timothy for a minute or two, to explain what we mean.

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