Black will take no other hue - Evil can take many disguises but it is always black (evil).
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Don't take any wooden nickels - (USA) This idiom is used to advise people not to be cheated or ripped off.
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Double take - If someone does a double take, they react very slowly to something to show how shocked or surprised they are.
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Give and take - Where there is give and take, people make concessions in order to get things they want in negotiations.
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It takes a village to raise a child - It takes many people to teach a child all that he or she should know.
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It takes two to tango - This idiom is used to suggest that when things go wrong, both sides are involved and neither side is completely innocent.
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Let the devil take the hindmost - This idiom means that you should think of yourself and not be concerned about other people; look after yourself and let the devil take the hindmost.
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On the take - (UK) Someone who is stealing from work is on the take.
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Take a back seat - If you take a back seat to something or someone, you are surbordinate.
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Take a hike - This is a way of telling someone to get out.
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Take a leaf out of someone's book - If you take a leaf out of someone's book, you copy something they do because it will help you.
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Take a nosedive - When things take a nosedive, they decline very quickly and head towards disaster.
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Take a punch - If somebody takes a blow, something bad happens to them.
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Take a raincheck - If you take a rain check, you decline an offer now, suggesting you will accept it later. ('Raincheck' is also used.)
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Take a shine to - If you take a shine to something or someone, you like it or them instantly.
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In literature:
And now he was taking to himself another girl!
"Ralph the Heir" by Anthony Trollope
With infinite humour he declared his intention of taking them home to his children.
"Desert Conquest" by A. M. Chisholm
I can't take him like this.
"The Creators" by May Sinclair
His purpose was fixed to take the children with him.
"Hopes and Fears scenes from the life of a spinster" by Charlotte M. Yonge
It's a g-game of give an' take, an' at that a h-heap more give than take.
"The Fighting Edge" by William MacLeod Raine
A gift I shouldn't think your father would like to take, or have us take, which comes to the same thing.
"The End of a Coil" by Susan Warner
Why, I'm going to make the shark take the poison instead of taking it myself.
"Hunting the Skipper" by George Manville Fenn
That would take him to anywhere and back before the Bank closed.
"Somehow Good" by William de Morgan
You must come here and take my place, and take care of those I leave behind; will you?
"The Wide, Wide World" by Susan Warner
If you take me back, he will take me back.
"The Saracen: Land of the Infidel" by Robert Shea
The election of a new pope would take months; it had been known to take years.
"The Saracen: The Holy War" by Robert Shea
Take this and rest a little, and then I will take you home.
"The Marriage of Elinor" by Margaret Oliphant
Here he was, fifty-two years of age, clean, honorable, highly distinguished, as the world takes it, but single.
"Jennie Gerhardt" by Theodore Dreiser
Lay it in a dish, take off the skin carefully, take out the bones, and peel the tongue.
"The Cook and Housekeeper's Complete and Universal Dictionary; Including a System of Modern Cookery, in all Its Various Branches," by Mary Eaton
He can't take up things where he left them, but he's got to take them up somewhere.
"The Prisoner" by Alice Brown
You would take her for a beggar and might offer her a penny, and she'd take it.
"Ireland as It Is" by Robert John Buckley (AKA R.J.B.)
He was only determined to have some fresh meat to take back to camp.
"Si Klegg, Book 5 (of 6) The Deacon's Adventures At Chattanooga In Caring For The Boys" by John McElroy
I have to take an interest in them because they take an interest in me.
"The "Genius"" by Theodore Dreiser
I take it that the generals of a beaten army talk very little over their late defeat.
"The Bramleighs Of Bishop's Folly" by Charles James Lever
L.J., 115, Trust God, and He will Take Care of You.
"The Bible Story" by Rev. Newton Marshall Hall
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In poetry:
Take tremors in Thy arms,
And with contriv-ed charms
Allure
A love unsure.
"Any Saint" by Francis Thompson
Ottima
Do you
Fondle me then! Who means to take your life
For that, my Sebald?
"Pippa Passes: Part I: Morning" by Robert Browning
I asked for Thee—
And Thou didst come
To take me home
Within Thy Heart to be.
"Requests" by Digby Mackworth Dolben
like a golden
flower
I wouldn't
take all Croesus'
kingdom with love
thrown in, for her
"Cleis" by Sappho
Feed apace then, greedy eyes,
On the wonder you behold;
Take it sudden as it flies,
Though you take it not to hold.
When your eyes have done their part,
Thought must length it in the heart.
"Are They Shadows" by Samuel Daniel
If thou, the Almighty wilt take to thy share,
Good fortune will follow, where-e'er thou shalt lead,
And Christ and his saints will take thee to their care,
The skies will receive thee, and Demons will dread.
"We Must Cleave To Christ, Without Suffering Any Thing To Turn Us Away From Him" by Rees Prichard
In news:
Either Take a Shot Or Take a Chance .
Gingrich should take a bow, then he should take a powder .
What we take for granted, others take for vacation.
Thomas the Train Lovers, take precautions and also take heart .
Tom Morello at Occupy Wall Street: ' Take It Easy, but Take It'.
In Desperate Times, the Rise to Take the Reins and Take On Fear Itself.
Gary Knight Takes a Beating on Takings .
This guy, however, takes dodge ball very seriously and pulls off an amazing ninja-like flip-toss to take someone out.
New rule: Take time to take in the tweets.
"What would it take to get you to take part in a Neighborhood Watch program in your community.".
If you are taking your notebook on the road and expect to take advantage of a hot spot or two along the way, your personal files could be at risk.
Good morning and welcome to Summit Up, the world's only daily column that will take as long to read as it takes your coffee to cool down this morning.
After Andre takes Tim's snow cone machine to the new restaurant, Tim heads to the Upper Crust to take back what's his.
To take or not to take.
The trade fair for water and wastewater, which takes placeApril 23-26, 2013, has developed a concept that takes the changing situation in the water industry into account.
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In science:
The minimum value that Lmax /Lj can take as j runs from 1 to N is unity; similarly, the maximum value that Lmin /Lj can take is unity.
Monte Carlo: Basics
When α < 1, the variable y has no mean, and it turns out that we can take bk ≡ 0; for α = 1, we can take bn = c log n, where c is some constant depending on F.
Mathematics of learning
Proof: Take A as in Corollary 7.1, and take a non-zero ﬁnite pro jection q in A.
A simple C*-algebra with a finite and an infinite projection
More generally, take p = αq where α ∈ (0, ∞) is constant, and take the limit as q ↓ 0.
The Random-Cluster Model
This formula takes on an especially simple form when q = 2, since non-zero mod-2 ﬂows necessarily take only the value 1.
The Random-Cluster Model
Taking basic forms is then equivalent to ˜g invariance, roughly corresponding to the motivation of taking C∗ (G) invariants given at the beginning of this section.
Quantum Field Theory and Representation Theory: A Sketch
Note that the limit ǫ → we would like to take is the same as that of taking the coupling constant to zero in the continuum limit as speciﬁed by the asymptotic freedom of the theory.
Quantum Field Theory and Representation Theory: A Sketch
The algebra A is obtained from B ⊗ B by taking a quotient by the additional relation {X, Y } = 0 and then taking invariants.
On the Cachazo-Douglas-Seiberg-Witten conjecture for simple Lie algebras
The lemma is now proved by taking δ = min(δ1, δ2 ) and taking bj to be the restriction of aj, regarded as a section over S 1 of the continuous ﬁeld of Theorem 6.1, to I = exp(2πi(−δ, δ)).
Crossed products by finite cyclic group actions with the tracial Rokhlin property
If we take the product of these k inequalities and then take kth roots, we have (A.22).
An almost sure invariance principle for the range of planar random walks
We take the length of the chain N (later we will take the limit N → ∞) to be a multiple of n.
Absence of jump discontinuity in the magnetization in quasi-one-dimensional random-field Ising models
Suppose that: (i) either the coordinate changes take their values in N or(H ), the normalizer of H in G, this condition is satisﬁed for symplectic bund les whose coordinate changes take their values in the connected component S ymp(F, ω )0 of the group of symplectic automorphisms S ymp(F, ω ).
Gerbes, 2-gerbes and symplectic fibrations
As an immediate consequence of Lemma 11.11, we can describe, for example, the typed degree sequence of G2, taking fi,d(v, G) to be the 1-neighbourhood function taking the value 1 when v has degree d and type i, and 0 otherwise.
The phase transition in inhomogeneous random graphs
The general case when X and Y could be take a countable or uncountable number of values then follows, either by a discretization argument, or by replacing the sums with integrals and using Fubini’s theorem; we omit the details, since for our application we only need the case when X, Y take ﬁnitely many values.
Random symmetric matrices are almost surely non-singular
Now, we take a w such that lk ≤ |D(w)| ≤ lk2 and take V1 = D(w), then V1 is clearly connected .
Colouring complete bipartite graphs from random lists
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