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take

v. to gain or obtain possession, including the receipt of a legacy from an estate, getting title to real property, or stealing an object.

TAKE. This is a technical expression which signifies to be entitled to; as, a devisee will take under the will. To take also signifies to seize, as to take and carry away.

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The Kurdish-language Rudaw news website quoted local sources as saying last week that the US army carried out a heliborne operation in al-Souh region in the Southwestern parts of the town of al-Masrab in Western Deir Ezzur, taking away a number of ISIL terrorists.
ISLAMABAD -- Special Investigation Unit (SIU) of Islamabad police has arrested two females involved in taking away of valuables and jewelry from passengers travelling in public transport or cabs, police said.
My friend told me there's three keys to keeping people impoverished: taking away their esteem, taking away their resources and taking away their role models" - singer Kanye West.
Dubai: Three men have been accused of gang-raping the 17-year-old girlfriend of one of them in a car and taking away her phone.
Sources informed that unknown robbers entered into the private school namely Abubakar Model School in Aka Khel area of Bara, taking away around 80 fans, three water pumps, three CCTV cameras, 10 computers, eight LCD and other stuff.
They searched the home before taking away a number of airguns that looked like assault rifles.
HE'S WORRIED ABOUT THE DEMOCRATS TAKING AWAY HIS GUNS AND I'M WORRIED ABOUT THE REPUBLICANS TAKING AWAY HIS MEDS.