Atake

A`take´


v. t.1.To overtake.
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Curiously, Van Gogh's The Bridge in the Rein, his 1887 copy of Hiroshige's 1857 Ohashi Atake no Yudachi (Sudden Shower over Shin-Ohashi Bridge and Atake), is absent.
are determined'' said Takayuki Atake, chief credit analyst at SMBC Nikko.
The design of the ARs was modified from that designed by the Atake Forestry Association, Yamaguchi, Japan (http://www.