“We want to take back our normal lives.
“Take back control” would be a fair summary of Powellism.
Boris Johnson has decided to “take back control” of the response.
Democrats are aiming to capture those seats in November, a linchpin of their strategy to take back control of the House.
In 2016 the EU referendum saw many Britons saying they wanted to “take back control”.
“Despite this wall of fear and fury, the British people held their nerve and bravely voted to take back control.
Despite the 2016 referendum campaign pledging to "take back control" from Brussels, Britain is not quite in control this evening.
The British government has repeatedly promised to take back control of UK seas (both territorial waters and exclusive economic zones).
"You'll never take back our country with weakness," Trump had told supporters at the rally before hundreds of them stormed the Capitol.
McConnell on Tuesday warned that if the filibuster is overridden, his party will reverse every Democratic policy whenever they take back Congress.
Trump will rethink his position and take back those words and show respect for the separation of powers doctrine that is enshrined in our Constitution,” Ms.
With the current version, if a driver wants to move from one highway to another, they need to take back control while their vehicle negotiates an interchange.
Jim Jordan of Ohio, did not mention the fact Trump during the speech also told his supporters to "fight like hell" to take back their country near the close of his long speech.
Cosby’s honor, the university changed its mind on Thursday, but only after deciding to strip the casino mogul Steve Wynn’s name from an prominent campus plaza and a scholarship, and to take back his own honorary degree.
Farage drew parallels between the recent vote for Brexit in the UK and a vote for Trump in the US, saying "they could take back control of their country, take back control of their borders and get back their pride and self-respect"
Ms Dinenage said the EU proposal was part of a wider package that was "not consistent with the manifesto commitment to take back control of our borders" and not "consistent with the idea of Brexit that the majority of people in this country voted for".
After the Senate rushed through Justice Amy Coney Barrett's confirmation process just weeks before the 2020 election, some Democrats started advocating for "packing the courts," or expanding the number of justices in order to take back some judicial control.
Shadow health secretary Jonathan Ashworth told MPs in the Commons that a full national lockdown "stretching for weeks and weeks" would "be disastrous for society", but that a lockdown of between two and three weeks could help "take back control of the virus".
Abe returned to power in December 2012 vowing to “take back Japan” — a promise to rebuild the Japanese economy with his signature “Abenomics” and “normalize,” as he put it, Japan’s defense policy through rearmament and by reinforcing ties with the United States.
Labour called on the government to be ready to take back public contracts awarded to Carillion to ensure workers do not lose their jobs and that public sector projects involving Carillion – such as the Midland Metropolitan hospital and Royal Liverpool hospital – are not interrupted.
- bring back to the point of departure
- regain possession of something
- resume a relationship with someone after an interruption, as in a wife taking back her husband
- move text to the previous line; in printing
- take back what one has said
- cause someone to remember the past
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