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Take sides, say
Take sides?
Take slowly
Take small bites
Take some air?
Take some courses
Take some hacks
Take some heat from?
Take some jerks as hostages?
Take some new vows
Take some off the top
Take some off the top, say
Take some practice swings
Take some pressure off
Take some shots
Take some swings
Take some time to consider
Take some time to oneself, maybe
Take some time to think
Take some time to think about
Take some time with a decision
Take some!
take somebody somewhere
Take someone aback
take something away by force or without the consent of the owner
Take something from
Take something off the top
take something with you
take special note
TAKE spiral or winding form
Take stealthily
Take step one
Take steps
Take steps (into)
Take steps concerning
Take steroids, say
Take steroids, slangily
Take stitches
Take Stock
take stock
Take stock of
Take stock, perhaps
Take stock?
Take stripes away
Take stripes from
Take stuff from
Take suddenly
Take surreptitiously
Take sustenance
Take swings
Take table orders
Take tea
Take temporarily
Take ten
Take ten 36. See 37-Down
Take tentative steps
Take testimony from
Take that away!
Take that, loser!
Take THAT, sucka!
Take that!
Take that! sound
Take the ___ (assume control)
Take the ___ (make a bet)
Take the ___ (refuse to answer)
Take the ___ plunge (old ad slogan)
Take the ___: risk it
Take the 'A' train
Take the 'A' Train neighborhood
Take the 52-Down
Take the Acela
Take the act on the road
Take the advice of
Take the air out of
take the bait
Take the bark off, say
Take the blame
Take the blame for
Take the blame humbly
Take the blue ribbon
Take the bolt off
Take the bones out
Take the booby prize
take the bull by the horns
Take the bus
Take the bus or train
Take the bus, e.g.
Take the cake
Take the cake or "cream of the crop"
Take the cake, for example
Take the cake?
Take the car
take the chair
Take the championship from
Take the chance
Take the check
Take the checkered flag
Take the chill off
Take the color out of
Take the conn
Take the Conn Actress
Take the course
Take the cream
Take the cuffs off?
Take the cup
Take the curve too fast
Take the dais
Take the dias
Take the disguise off of
Take the driver's seat
Take the easy way out, with "out"
take the edge off
Take the edge off?
Take the elevator to the penthouse
Take the essentials of
Take the family to a restaurant
Take the ferry
take the field
Take the filly in the fifth, e.g.
Take the first ___
Take the first bite, e.g.
Take the first step
take the first step, begin
take the first steps in building
Take the floor
Take the gold
Take the grand prize
Take the gun from
Take the heat from?
Take the heat off?
Take the helm
Take the high way?
Take the honey and run
Take the initiative
Take the junk out?
Take the king's shilling, as Brits once said
Take the last of
Take the laurels
take the lead
Take the lead from?
Take the lead in
Take the leash off of
Take the lid off
Take the limelight from
Take the lion's share
Take the lion's share of
Take the long way, in a way
Take the loss
Take the low road, in a way
Take the main part
Take the metro
Take the mic
Take the minutes?
Take the money and run
Take the more difficult path, metaphorically
Take the morning off, maybe
Take the Mound
Take the next step in an online relationship
Take the night off from partying, say
Take the odds
Take the offensive
Take the offer
Take the palm
Take the part of
Take the path of least resistance
Take the pennant
TAKE the place of
take the place of work of someone on strike
take the place of, oust
take the place or move into the position of
Take the plane
Take the plunge
Take the plunge (with 49-across
Take the plunge again
Take the plunge, in a way
Take the plunge, so to speak
Take the plunge! sloganeer
Take the podium
Take the point
Take the pot
Take the prize
Take the pulpit
Take the reins
Take the reins again
Take the right course
Take the rind off
Take the risk
Take the risk of
Take the role of
take the roll of
Take the rudder
Take the Rudder control
Take the scenic route
Take the show on the road
Take the silver
Take the skin off
Take the sloop out
Take the soapbox
Take the spotlight from
Take the stage
Take the stage first
Take the stairs
Take the stand
Take the stand again
Take the stand, ironically
take the strain
Take the strop to
Take the stump
Take the subway
Take the surface off
Take the tab
Take the tab for all
Take the testimony of
Take the throne
Take the tiller
take the time or trouble
Take the title
Take the top medal
Take the top off
Take the top off of
Take the top off of, in a way
Take the top off, in a way
Take the train
Take the trolley
Take the trophy
Take the trouble
Take the weight off
Take the wheel
Take the Wheel alignment
take the will for the deed
Take the wind out of
Take the witness stand
Take the word count down
Take the words out of one's mouth?
Take the wraps off
Take the wrong way, in a way
Take the wrong way?
take Thieves hangout
Take things easy
Take things in stride
Take things the wrong way?
Take things way too far
Take third
Take third place
Take third, maybe
Take this away!
Take this bit of advice ...
Take this for that
Take This Job and Shove It songwriter
Take This Job and Shove It songwriter David Allan __