Did you possibly mean takes?
“Before you could say King Kamehameha, the men returned disguised as two rakes from the Russian colony on Lahaina.”
“In contrast, the long history of the use of rakes is yet to be investigated, but the word is likely an old innovation.”
“Gentlemen wanted to become known as rakes because it gives them a slightly dangerous air, a bit of a reputation that makes all the ladies curious and even sends some swooning.”
“When Mallow was the farthest south-western outpost of civilization it is possible that the "rakes" who converged upon that pretty spot from the surrounding country”
“If he 'rakes' or runs with his nose near the ground, he should be admonished to 'hold up', and, if he still persists, the 'muzzle-peg' may be resorted to.”
“We will help you sort your 'rakes' and decide on the numbers that might be best to play.”
“For one thing, notice that in the more recent picture, the layout "rakes" the perspective of the floor line a bit, creating a diagonal that forces the composition elements into something of a diamond.”
“Cezanne Bike and Multi-Use Utility Storage Rack - Versatile enough for bikes and sports gear or yard equipment and gardening tools, such as rakes, shovels, leaf blowers, trimmers, and small items as well.”
“Chiles and Hansen looked nothing of the sort and both they and the programme's production staff have since claimed that they thought Pardew said "rakes".”
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Words about beer and the making of it.
includes words of the "Prodcom list"
A list of things retrieved from the home of two compulsive hoarders after their bodies were found buried underneath the 103 tons of garbage they had amassed over several decades. The ...
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