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1 We were forced to take cover in a barn.
2 I didn't so much take cover in the underbrush, I collided with it.
3 They all take cover at the sound of gunfire, like well-trained troops.
4 I had to run under some pines to take cover; this did no good.
5 The young of many species take cover as soon as an alarm call is given.
6 Come on, we can take cover in that barn over there!
7 Holliman decided that they had to take cover, so they scuttled into a patch of scrub and camouflaged themselves with nets.
8 Now if he'd just take cover and place some well-aimed bursts with his blaster ... He didn't.
9 They asked workers and shoppers to take cover in cellars of buildings while they used specially trained dogs to locate the bomb.
10 I suggest you take cover.
11 You better run, you better take cover.
12 Thai Security forces take cover behind an armored personnel carrier as they advance toward protesters on May 19, 2010 in Bangkok, Thailand.
13 If you are in a crowded area, take cover where are.
14 Holliman decided that they had to take cover, so they scuttled into a patch of scrub.
15 If being chased through town, you can usually take cover in a passing St Patrick's Day parade - at any time of the year.
16 Across town, Atia and her family take cover in their villa with Brutus and Servilia, as an angry mob of Pompeians throw rocks and flames at their door.
17 To take cover or lie in or as if in a kennel.
18 There was nowhere we could take cover from the storm.
19 It rained so hard we had to take cover in a shop doorway.
20 Take cover under a sturdy desk, table or other furniture.
21 They dropped down to take cover when the bullets whistled past their ears.
22 Demonstrators take cover behind the garbage cans while being confronted with Egyptian army during a protest in Cairo, capital of Egypt, on Jan. 28,(www.Sentencedict.com) 2011.
23 Grade Two studying next to a ditch in which they can take cover if the planes should strike today.
24 Can't you hear, can't you hear the thunder? You better run, you better take cover.
25 The Nazg? l still flies overhead and the soldiers are still trying to take cover.
26 The music stopped short, and the announcer almost shouted: " Alert! Take cover! "
27 It began to rain, but there was no place nearby where we could take cover.
28 The rain came down so suddenly that they had to take cover in an abandoned barn.
29 But the only rebel vehicles in sight were fleeing the scene and we weren’t close enough to get in, so we ran deeper into the desert to take cover in a small copse of trees.
30 If being chased through a city you can usually take cover in a passing St Patrick's Day parade - at any time of the year.
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