The following sentences illustrate this usage: 1) We are taking
a decision on the matter immediately.
Druridge has started to produce a few decent turbot, Terry Chapman taking
one of 2lb 4oz.
Fishing locally in BOTAC's match, Marty Elliott took seven cod for 12lb 10oz, with Mick Davis taking
the best at 4lb 4oz.
In other words, the Takings
Clause establishes a liability rule regime in which the government unilaterally accomplishes transfers from private parties to itself upon the payment of just compensation--but only if the taking
is for public use.
She acknowledges that taking
time off isn't easy, but says, "If you're struggling or feeling burned out, it's good.
Bottom line: Taking
echinacea regularly won't keep you from getting a cold.
There is no way to guarantee that an individual is taking
the best medication for his or her system, since both the disease and the individuals are so variable.
Griffiths' team tried to minimize the power of expectation by not telling most participants which drug they were taking
and by administering pills to one volunteer at a time.
Unfortunately, "the biggest reason most people fear taking
risks is because of earlier conditioning in life.
"The first drug I tried was pot but, about two months later, I started taking
Adderall, Concerta and Ritalin, which are all drugs for ADD or ADHD [Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder].
Anxiety, depression and perception of loneliness all decreased for those taking
music lessons, while very little change occurred for members of the control group.