Atake

A`take´


v. t.1.To overtake.
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The decking would ATake have been pressure treated with wood preservatives before it left the factory.
ATake The decking would have been pressure treated with wood preservatives before it left the factory.
ATake Me Outcontestant who works in a burger van has found love with a millionaire oil heir after he spotted her on the ITV dating show.
After nurturing your biennials, you'll want to Atake every opportunity to enjoy their flowers - and what better way than by inviting friends and family to a biennial BBQ?
Mrs Dorothy Atake, Addax's General Manager (External and Government Affairs), made the disclosure in a statement in Lagos.
Then again, the band's latest studio album Atake, their first since 2011 and seventh overall, might as well be on a rampage for a greater cause.
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Baldini called for the European Union has to intervene and atake concrete action to protect basic human rights within its borders."
Sherry Lister ATAKE your complaint to Ombudsman Services, the scheme that deals with the energy sector.