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Then a nervous, anxious feeling that takes away my appetite, and prevents me from eating my dinner.
It is something which takes side in the child's breast with the reasonable governor and the laws which he or she administers.
CHILDREN'S WAYSJAMES SULLY
He has drawn a knave and a six; he takes another card; this turns out to be an ace.
If any one has lost his temper, as well as his money, he takes good care not to show it; to do so here would be indeed bad form.
We always lay our notes on the table, and he takes them, looks them over, and calls out what he'll have played.
He takes a turn up and down the room, looks at the music, and if the piece interests him, he will call upon you.
To fully understand what takes place when trying to study, let the pupil recall that there are three sources of knowledge.
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Below the great gothic windows spreads the awning of a café, which takes up all the ground floor.
When rapidly deposited, as by artificial precipitation, triple phosphate often takes feathery, star- or leaf-like forms.
In like manner the mouth, from being a bare symbolic indication, gradually takes on form and likeness.
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