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Takes the starch out of Takes the top (off)Takes the wrong way Takes the wrong way? Well The "heel" of the Arabian The "her" in Beethoven's The "her" in the lyric "IThe "her" of "I've Grown The "Homo" in "Homo sapie The "I" in "The King and The "I" in F. Takes steps Takes steps in response t Takes the cake Takes the edge off Takes the edge off, maybe Takes the money and runs?
Take up bloody fight Take up enthusiastically Take up residence in a different place Take up room Take up space adjoining one American state Take up team oddly lacking support Take up the entire sofa Take up the slack Take up weapons Take up wholeheartedly Take up, as a hem Take up, as a leg Take up, perhaps Take vengeance Take vital moves, providing a running commentary? Take-out sign Take-out words Takeaway game Takeback, briefly Takei's "Star Trek" role Taken Taken aback by a boring legal document, one listing goods Taken advantage of Taken around the track Taken as a whole Taken away by force, old-Taken away on stretcher and executed Taken back, as territory Taken by force, old-style Taken by surprise as bowler was? Taken care of Taken for Taken for granted Taken for ___Taken illegally Taken in Taken in by daughters, guest is disturbed and appalled Taken on Taken out Taken over by a spirit Taken things a bit too fa Taken to court, last of source material Taken to the cleaners Taken together Taken wing Taken wrong? Takes exception to Takes exception to - red sum Takes five Takes for a home, perhaps Takes for a ride Takes for granted Takes form Takes heart, getting record win, perhaps? Takes no chances Takes nothing in Takes off Takes off faster, so leaves behind …Takes off for journey aboard ship Takes off life support? Takes down Takes down American military set-ups Takes down, as a poster Takes drug endlessly Takes early steps Takes effect Takes evening courses? Take food Take for a ride Take for a spin Take for a spin? Yes Take flight that's sound from Jersey, boarding vessel Take flight to unite? Take out surgically Take out ___ (borrow)Take out, maybe Take over Take over by force Take over for Take over for, as a pitch Take over from Take over from peers used to reform Take over, in a way Take pains Take part Take part in Take part in public protest Take pictures of heads? Take some pressure off Take someone's wheels fro Take steps Take steps in a court Take stock of Take stock? Take out membership Take out of active service Take out of the freezer Take out of the game Take out old religious pamphlet Take out or in Take out or put in, e.g. The "I" of ICBMThe "I" of IMThe "I" of IVThe "I" of R. Take to the limit Take to the skies Take to the sky Take to the slopes Take to the soapbox Take to the stump Take to the trail Take to Vegas, maybe Take to water, about to abandon attempt to take in air Take to ___ (reprimand)Take too far Take too long Take too much of, briefly Take too much off boxwood sculpted harness piece Take top off? Take to the cleaners Take to the dump Take to the hills? The "I" in the answer to The "I" of "The King and The "I" of Canada's P. Take the first step Take the gold Take the grand prize Take the honey and run Take the king's shilling, Take the lead Take the lid off Take the low road, in a w Take the night off from p Take the offensive Take the place of Take the plunge Take the plunge, so to sp Take the reins again Take the risk Take the risk of Take the show on the road Take the silver Take the situation in str Take the top off Take the top off, in a wa Take the up train and have a great time Take the wheels out from Take the witness stand Take the words out of one Take the wrong way Take the wrong way? Take the chance Take the conn Take the edge off Take the edge off?