take hold of :
- v take hold of so as to seize or restrain or stop the motion of
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- An exhibition of greatness
Rather than let the disappointment of another major meltdown take hold of him, he shook it off - and won the British Open for the first time.
July 23, 2013 - The Augusta Chronicle
- Take Hold of a Great Opportunity. We Did! When you
Take Hold of a Great Opportunity. We Did! When you join the Corner Store team you become part of a strong, fast-paced, growing company where you'll enjoy an exciting, challenging and fun career. We're looking for individuals who possess the Corner Store Spirit! We employ people who provide fast, friendly and caring service to our great customers. When you join our team, you will experience a ...
July 22, 2013 - The Daily Sentinel
- Body recovered in Snake River drowning
On the evening of July 20th Nena Martinez was swimming with Daniel Bravo-Rodriguez, 26, in the Snake River when he went under the water. Martinez reported that Bravo-Rodriguez began to struggle and pull her under so she pushed him away. She then attempted unsuccessfully to take hold of Bravo-Rodriguez.
July 22, 2013 - KIVI Boise