He has instead taken Skippy.
Source: District boundaries are taken from the U.S.
Breaking copyright law can result in being taken to court.
But sometimes the regress itself is taken to be an objectionable feature of the theory that yields it.
One was transported by a private vehicle, while the other was taken by medics.
Their details were noted and their photograph was taken with the officers who had arrested them.
The photos on the left were taken in total darkness and the ones on the right were taken in low-light.
Sir Bradley Wiggins’s reputation is at stake after the Fancy Bears group of hackers alleged he had taken prohibited substances.
It would also allow for the import of sport-hunted elephant trophies taken from countries when they were legally taken under international law.
In fact, the longer a woman had taken contraceptive pills, the more likely she was to conceive quickly, even after other factors were taken into account.
Just compensation, Compensation for property taken under eminent domain that places a property owner in the same position as before the property was taken.
“If you’re having a picture taken with a tiger cub, chances are that it’s been dragged out like a prop then taken back to its cage at night when tigers should be allowed to roam.
"That involves her ensuring that the silver in the family is taken care of well, the china is taken care of well, that the Mrs.' clothes are taken care of well."
Taken together, barbiturates and alcohol, potentiate each other; that is, the effects of the two drugs taken together is greater than the sum of their effects when taken separately.
As thousands have taken to the streets in New York City to protest the police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis, and more broadly, systemic racism in America, the city’s prosecutors have taken an increasingly liberal stance on issues of policing.
Decisions about healthcare staffing and resources are taken at a regional level in Sweden, although national guidelines suggest that elderly patients, whether in state or privately run care homes, should not automatically be taken to hospital for treatment.
Red meat refers to the meat taken from mammals, white meat refers to the meat taken from fowl, seafood refers to the meat taken from fish and shellfish, and game refers to meat taken from animals that are not commonly domesticated.
To allow trade in ivory that was taken before 2014, even though there is no way to verify when the ivory was harvested, and to allow for the import of sport-hunted elephant trophies taken from countries when it was legally taken under international law.
Heck, they had taken the man’s title, taken away his living, taken away his greatness and then Big Jim, an old-school racist, had whupped him and Rocky, who had cast a shadow of doubt over Ali’s career, had once again stolen the limelight and walked away with all the glory.
When a Set of three or more Biliteral Propositions are such that all their Terms are Species of the same Genus, and are also so related that two of them, taken together, yield a Conclusion, which, taken with another of them, yields another Conclusion, and so on, until all have been taken, it is evident that, if the original Set were true, the last Conclusion would also be true.
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When a Set of three or more Biliteral Propositions are such that all their Terms are Species of the same Genus and are also so related that two of them taken together yield a Conclusion which taken with another of them yields another Conclusion and so on until all have been taken it is evident that if the original Set were true the last Conclusion would also be true