To take away


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The defense may also press by using two-deep zone coverage with hard corners to take away routes in the flat.
But rather than relying on new entrepreneurial efforts to outdo their rivals in attracting customers, they have chosen to sue them instead, hoping to take away their advantages in an effort that would hurt consumers as well as those rivals.
Satan asks God to take away Job's blessings and says his faith will disappear.
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.