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shape

(shāp) [AS. sceapan]
1. To mold to a particular form.
2. Outward form; contour.
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Five Guys burger bar is taking shape on Queen Square, Liverpool
Auditors in the European Union have said that the proposed banking supervision procedures are taking shape.
Councillor Lis Burnett said: "It is really positive to see the scheme taking shape.
Shulah Allan, of NHS Lothian, said: "It's wonderful to see the new practice taking shape and it is such a significant addition to the area.
IMPRESSIVE: Beaumont Park bandstand taking shape, left, and the original, above (JH150411Bpark-03)
Partnership chairman, Richard Martin, said: "Because of the enthusiasm and commitment of a small group the centre is taking shape before our eyes.
A HUGE dragon is made of pebbles is taking shape on a North Wales beach.
THE big wheel taking shape in Middlesbrough's Centre Square could start operating on Thursday.
Yet the beauty of the building taking shape at the base of Manhattan provides the architects who worked on the project with the tangible results of their labor.
Senior Jonathan Sohn designed the LAX mural and said he's pleased with the way his creation is taking shape.
And, according to European Commissioner for Information Society and Media Viviane Reding's department, it is taking shape "rapidly".