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1. It was presumptuous of him to take charge.
2. People want to control/determine/take charge of their own destinies.
3. His boss asked him to take charge of the office for a few days while she was away.
4. When he tried to take charge, she soon put him in his place.
5. At first she tried to take charge of the meeting but I soon put her in her place.
6. We need somebody to take charge of the financial side.
7. The policeman said he would take charge of the gun.
8. Renew your resolve to take charge of your health.
9. It is up to you to take charge.
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10. On Reeve's arrival he did take charge.
11. He had just resigned in order to take charge of his mother's farm at Port Ellen when he died.
12. There are lots of companies who will take charge of this whole operation, including the printing and fixing of the labels.
13. We can even take charge of your entire logistics function, so you can redeploy assets, gain flexibility, reduce risk.
14. His son was now to take charge and lead the opposition to Lij Yasu.
15. The more timid personalities must be encouraged to take charge and to give orders.
16. David Emanuel left the world of hautecouture to take charge of the charity event at Cheltenham Ladies' College.
17. They are emotionally unable to take charge of their social and work responsibilities.
18. Some people don't think; they blink and sink! Take charge and live! RVM
19. As group leader, you should take charge.
20. Let her take charge, and please don't call me.
21. Take charge of product technical requirement in contract review.
22. The business manager will take charge of exhibition sales.
23. Take charge of approval the related drawing technical document.
24. There are countless books and pamphlets on chairmanship but the words do not amount to much until you actually take charge.
25. The past ruins the present to destroy the future. Take charge of it now. RVM
26. Although Mr Lamont will have day-to-day control of budget planning(sentencedict.com), Mr Major will take charge of the overall strategic planning role.
27. Your goal is to help your child learn to take charge herself.
28. About two years ago the playgroup leader left and I was asked to take charge.
29. Interested firms of interior decorators have been tendering for the work of which Mrs Lamont is expected to take charge.
30. Earlier plans to have a full-time member with financial expertise or to take charge of relations with Area Boards had been abandoned.
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