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- v. take a ten minute break
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So he complained of me to the Governor who commanded to crucify me, saying, ‘I adjudge that ye take ten pounds of honey-fritters and feed her therewith upon the cross.
Marcus Lurius will take ten of the Roman legions and follow as hard on your heels as he can.
So it is my counsel that thou take ten thousand riders of the allies and the Turks, and march them to the hermitage of Matruhina and the meadow of Malúkhiná in quest of our brothers and comrades.
The dress Alma fell in love with wasn’t her size and would take ten weeks to deliver—it was an Italian design by Antonio Bertucci, who handmade every one of his creations.
Vra-Kilian estimated that it would take ten days to travel the three hundred leagues to Zeth, moving slowly but steadily.
Get close to the enemy's positions; move on all fours, making use of craters and ruins; dig your trenches by night, camouflage them by day; make your build-up for the attack stealthily, without any noise; carry your tommy-gun on your shoulder; take ten to twelve grenades.
But a Fellah’s back is thoroughly broken to the treatment and he would take ten times as much punishment for a few piastres.