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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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State officials note that Schwarzenegger could have had the decrease take effect retroactively, costing doctors even more, but instead chose to have it start in 2006.
The regulations, which should take effect August 23, 2004, clarify and simplify the tests for determining whether the white collar exemption applies to a particular employee, raise the minimum salary requirement for exempt employees and clarify the educational requirements for classifying an employee as an exempt professional.
The earliest the Designation of Homestead takes effect when filed this way is about 10 months after the Homestead Tax Exemption, and if the homeowner wasn't eligible for the Tax exemption in that year, it can take up to two years for the Designation of Homestead to take effect.