To take away


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For instance, the cover-down to two-deep coverage with hard corners allows the defense to take away the flat, but it opens up other cushions in the secondary.
Finally, his sons decided to take away their father's car - a considerable imposition on the man's freedom.
As an organization that represents supervisory employees, we find it particularly offensive that the NLRB would use redefining a supervisory employee as a way to take away a worker's right to join a union and bargain collectively over the terms and conditions of employment.