Did you mayhaps mean takedown?
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“A writer more interested in religion than in politics, Dostoevsky then produced a novel, "The Possessed," that is a powerful take-down of all—doctrinaires, reformers, advanced thinkers, fanatics—who make a religion of their politics.”
“I was thrilled to watch his skillful take-down of the corporate reform narrative and to do it with the deadliest of weapons: humor.”
“Up until now, Mininova refused to interfere with the search results, claiming that the DMCA take-down procedure they have is good enough.”
“As it leaves the person administering the drop vulnerable to counter-defense measures, it is not used as a "take-down" move, but as a coup-de-grace to finish off the opponent who is already debilitated or restrained.”
“Cryptome has them posted – though (as Mary points out) Yahoo has freaked out and initiated take-down proceedings.”
“Michelle Malkin also comes very close to this as is clear from reading this brutal (but very substantive) take-down of her book on Japanese internment.”
“Ricardo: but Paul Berman apparently has a scathing take-down of intellectuals who have largely either ignored Hirsi Ali or else belittled her or sneered ather”
“You say the fatal injuries occurred when an officer fell on the man during the take-down - ribs broken in 26 places.”
“He comes to the team as they are still grappling with the professional and personal fallout from last season's take-down of serial killer, Nate Haskell," the network says.”
“Though that's no doubt true, it's hardly a line you want to fight over, particularly when, considering the different audiences the networks serve, chances are most CNBC viewers would never have heard Stewart's devastating take-down of the network had Cramer not kept the story growing and spreading.”
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