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  • v. Present participle of take care.


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  • "Lee simply loves Pondicherry, not just its locales but also its people, and would like to see this place being portrayed at its vibrant best in the movie," said Samir Sarkar of India Take One, which is taking care of the Indian leg of the production.

    The Telegraph - Calcutta (Kolkata) - Frontpage

  • After the election, Lake only had a pro forma conversation with Clinton about the job; he was basically expected to continue the pattern of the campaignkeeping Clinton informed but otherwise taking care of the problems that were out there.

    In the Shadow of the Oval Office

  • I call Mangie to thank him for taking care of the room.

    The Double Life is Twice as Good

  • Nazia walked beside Maleeha, keeping her gaze down, taking care not to step on the crabs or the decaying starfish that littered the sand.

    Beneath My Mother’s Feet

  • When the job of taking care of all the Hearers in Springdale is already taken?

    Claim to Fame

  • I wandered over to the mantel, taking care not to step on the rug, and examined the pictures on display in their gold-edged frames.

    Miss Misery

  • The crew then spent the next three hours taking care of additional housekeeping items and participating fruitlessly in a telescope experiment during which they were unable to spot a bluish-green laser light being shot at them from the McDonald Observatory near El Paso.

    First Man

  • But for now it was all about fighting—and that meant taking care of Matyushenko.

    This is Gonna Hurt

  • “So was Althea Gooding taking care of my mother when she called her?”

    Claim to Fame

  • “You were supposed to be taking care of me, not gallivanting all over the countryside.”

    Western Man


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