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1. Just take hold of the tube and squeeze.
2. The fever was beginning to take hold.
3. I should not allow such a thought to take hold on me.
4. Take hold of the handle and give it a hard pull.
5. I take hold of the string and pull gently.
6. Voter-approved spending limits take hold in 1999.
7. It became imperative that he take hold of the bottom rung of the sinuous ladder(Sentence dictionary), which he did.
8. Now take hold of your top leg by the ankle and pull back the leg as far as possible without straining.
9. Four embryos failed to take hold in Lisa's womb, but with the fifth one, she became pregnant.
10. There are usually reasons why some ideas take hold and persist while others fail to do so.
11. When the skin is damaged other infections can take hold more easily.
12. Sitting with legs outstretched, take hold of your calves with both hands and squeeze them together.
13. Leaning over for balance, take hold of your front ankle and raise the back leg.
14. Take hold of your top leg by the ankle and pull back the leg as far as possible without straining.
15. Two other watchers take hold of him, lift him up to remove his shoes and thrust him into the dance.
16. Isn't it time to take hold of that lead by realising their true marketing potential?
17. Like most ideas that ultimately take hold in Washington, this one has been percolating for a long time.
18. Democratic reforms are beginning to take hold in this fledgling republic.
19. Whatever affects us deeply will also take hold of our souls.
20. Affectionate birthday greetings.Birthday means a new beginning and a new chance to take hold on life.
21. I suggest you root out those weeds before they take hold.
22. Life is unjust and this is what makes it so beautiful. Every day is a gift. Be brave and take hold of it. Garrison Keillor
23. In the years to come they had much to learn about themselves; their managerial identity was just beginning to take hold.
24. You can not expect every special word or insight to take hold in the organization.
25. I was nearly at the cubicle door when it creaked open and something squeezed out to take hold of me.
26. Reaching inside his tartan plaid he tried to make his fingers take hold of the pommel of his sword.
27. From the reforms that followed, a new life began to take hold[sentencedict.com], and more than one innovation was meritorious.
28. A stagnant, slow moving and bad circulation of air is a direct encouragement to disease spores to settle and take hold.
29. What do your instincts tell you about whether democracy will take hold after the votes are counted?
30. I am pleased that the idea that we should turn our prisons into workplaces is slowly beginning to take hold.
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