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advantage

Tennis
a. the point scored after deuce
b. the resulting state of the score
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He and his friends took advantage of the empty, air-conditioned center to practice their basketball skills.
In April, three additional condominiums took advantage of the Amendment to the New York Condominium Act, allowing condominium associations to finance capital improvement projects and repairs.
When business was slow, Ryce took advantage of the extra time to re-examine her business strategy and update her business plan, concentrating on management and administration as well as operations and marketing.
But the previous four individuals took advantage of their resources and learned a new "subject".
The bank took advantage of grants offered by the Community and Economic Development Agency's (CEDA) Facade Improvement Program to create a dramatic street statement.
The senior took advantage of a fatigued Simi Valley defense to lead Saugus (9-1-1) to its second victory this season over the Pioneers (4-3-1).
In the first half of 2006, the Company also took advantage of the then-existing sellers' market in Naples, Florida by selling one of its properties to a condominium converter for a sizable gain.
The offensive line opened up some good holes for me, and I took advantage of them.