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take over (something) or take (something) over
to take control of something, to take command of something
A large foreign company took control of our company last month.
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  • take pains to (do something)
  • take part in (something)
  • take pity on (someone or something)
  • take place
  • take precedence over (someone or something)
  • take pride in (something)
  • take responsibility for (someone or something)
  • take root
  • take shape
  • take sick
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  • under (close) scrutiny
  • sit tight
  • a split ticket
  • have a hand in (something)
  • gray area
  • no point in doing (something)
  • as hard as nails
  • every minute counts
  • quick as geased lightning
  • throw (someone's) name around

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  • Celebration of Diwali

    Perform a Lakshmi pooja

    This is a ritual performed on Diwali day (the third day) in order to seek divine blessings from the Goddess of Wealth, Lakshmi, who helps those who strive to achieve wealth. It consists of an elaborate ritual using grains, leaves, coins, and idols to prepare a ceremony. During this ritual, you can invoke the Goddess by reciting the Vedic mantras or by thinking of her being showered with gold coins with two elephants standing one each side of her as you chant her name. Offerings are made and at the end, the aarti is performed quietly and a peaceful atmosphere should accompany the entire ritual.


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