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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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At quick take-away restaurants, each rater was asked to order an entree, side, and drink; to order something different at each restaurant location (e.g., order a different option at each McDonald's restaurant); and to start at the top of each food category on the menu and order the next item below at subsequent visits.
Fuchs cannot state if there will be any further organic take-aways to come.
All had ordered different take-away meals, which Mr Harrison pointed out, suggested cross contamination.
In late 2010 he was made redundant but one door closing saw another open wide as an idea Robin had while working abroad started to spring to life - a mobile food take-away service.
For Ichiban Take-Away the instant online TAKE-AWAY ordering service enables you to place food orders with minimum effort.
Marcus Rezaei, managing director of the Jewellery Quarter-based firm, said he believed the success was down to the site's voting system which allows users to rate their take-away experience.
Spanish airline clickair will be introducing a new take-away menu, called Take Airway, as part of its new on-board catering service.