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  • 21Take Me Home, Country Roads — Single by John Denver from the album Poems, Prayers and Promises Release …

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  • 22Take It Off — may refer to: * Take It Off , a song by De La Soul from their 1989 album 3 Feet High and Rising * Take It Off , a song by KISS from their 1992 album Revenge * Take It Off , a song by Busta Rhymes from his 1998 album Extinction Level Event (Final… …

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  • 23Take a Look Around (song) — Take a Look Around Single by Limp Bizkit from the album Chocolate Starfish and the Hot Dog Flavored Water and Mission: Impossible II Released …

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  • 24Take Back the Night — (also known as Reclaim the Night) is an internationally held march and rally intended as a protest and direct action against rape and other forms of violence against women, originated by the radical feminist movement. HistoryThe term Take Back… …

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  • 25Take Control (disambiguation) — Take Control may refer to: * Take Control , a song by Amerie s from her 2007 album Because I Love It * Take Control , a song by Culture Club from their 1982 album Kissing to Be Clever * Take Control , a song by Raven from their 1983 album All for …

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  • 26Take Charge — is a government program that provides free family planning and pregnancy prevention services to low income residents of Washington State. [ [http://fortress.wa.gov/dshs/maa/FamilyPlan/Take%20Charge/TC.index.htm Take Charge ] ] The program expands …

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  • 27Take off — v. t. 1. To remove, as from the surface or outside; to remove from the top of anything; as, to take off a load; to take off one s hat. [1913 Webster] 2. To cut off; as, to take off the head, or a limb. [1913 Webster] 3. To destroy; as, to take o …

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  • 28Take the Train — is a card game of the shedding type family, marketed by the U.S. Playing Card Company under its Bicycle Games sub brand. The object of the game is to have the most train fares remaining at the end of the game; train fares are distributed evenly… …

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  • 29take off — {v. phr.} 1a. To leave fast; depart suddenly; run away. * /The dog took off after a rabbit./ Compare: LIGHT OUT. 1b. {informal} To go away; leave. * /The six boys got into the car and took off for the drug store./ 2. To leave on a flight, begin… …

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  • 30take off — {v. phr.} 1a. To leave fast; depart suddenly; run away. * /The dog took off after a rabbit./ Compare: LIGHT OUT. 1b. {informal} To go away; leave. * /The six boys got into the car and took off for the drug store./ 2. To leave on a flight, begin… …

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