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take after (someone)
to resemble or act like someone (usually a parent or relative)
The boy is tall and handsome like his father and takes after him in many other ways as well.
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  • take aim at (someone or something)
  • take an interest in (something)
  • take an oath
  • take apart (something) or take (something) apart
  • take attendance
  • take back (something) or take (something) back
  • take back (something) or take (something) back
  • take care of (someone or something)
  • take care of (something)
  • take charge of (someone or something)
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  • tear one's hair out
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  • sweep out of (somewhere)
  • kick around
  • nurse a grudge
  • hang in (there)
  • fall over oneself to (do something)

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    Nutmeg butter

    Nutmeg butter is obtained from the nut by expression. It is semisolid, reddish brown in colour, and tastes and smells of nutmeg. Approximately 75% (by weight) of nutmeg butter is trimyristin[citation needed], which can be turned into myristic acid, a 14carbon fatty acid, which can be used as a replacement for cocoa butter, can be mixed with other fats like cottonseed oil or palm oil, and has applications as an industrial lubricant.


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