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  • v. third-person singular past of take.


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took +‎ -eth


  • Carolina was about to cry, but the Ice Queen tooketh over, and she flipped her head high.

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  • The government gaveth, and the government tooketh away.

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  • O'BRIEN: For comedians, the Dick Cheney shooting story gaveth and then tooketh took away.

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  • The reality-warping face covering's cinematic explosion in 1994 vaulted the property to household name status for some time, but what Jim Carrey gaveth, Jamie Kennedy tooketh away with the Raspberry Award-winning 2005 sequel "Son of the Mask."

  • Again, Mars Inc. smote the people and tooketh the cherry M&Ms away, only to be found on rare occasions or possibly on eBay.

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  • Then when Calgary and Edmonton were all fired up, ponying up the cash and keen to grab part of the capital's bounty, the Conservatives tooketh away the possibility of gallery hosting, creating a backlash in the base: Albertans are angry, and they have every right to be. latest blog entries

  • The Lebanon City Council gaveth, and the Lebanon City Council tooketh away. - Top News from The Tennessean, MUSIC CITY U.S.A


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