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take

1. Hunting the number of quarry killed or captured on one occasion
2. Informal chiefly US the amount of anything taken, esp money
3. Films Music
a. one of a series of recordings from which the best will be selected for release
b. the process of taking one such recording
c. a scene or part of a scene photographed without interruption
4. Med informal
a. any objective indication of a successful vaccination, such as a local skin reaction
b. a successful skin graft
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Biplob caked in soot; Kids play in acrid smoke; Many workers are under 10 years old; Biplob, five, and boss's daughter Poppy, 10, earn a pittance taking apart batteries for recycling; The children work 50 hours a week.
The October edition of New Internationalist takes anti-Semitism as its central topic, taking apart popular anti-Semitic conspiracy theories about Zionist Government groups and looking at the extensive history of anti-Semitism around the world.
DS is now responsible for taking apart and putting back together the slide assembly.
Then there's Roscoe Brady, the cell biologist who spent his entire career at the National Institutes of Health, taking apart the cellular machinery that lies behind a half-dozen rare genetic disorders and producing the proteins that would later lead to therapies.
There is an air of great at-oddsness about these sculptures, a sense that they're about to tear themselves apart or collapse into chaos--that they're about "de-constructing" as well as constructing, taking apart as much as putting together.
The researchers isolated NK4 in 1989 by taking apart a protein called hepatocyte growth factor (HGF), which normally attaches to a receptor molecule on the surface of cells.