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One of these men died after he was taken to the surface. Times, Sunday Times (2016)HOTEL guests were taken to hospital after a balcony collapsed as they partied. The Sun (2016)A WOMAN died and a man was taken to hospital after a house fire. The Sun (2016)This keenly watched campaign is all about what it takes to be modern. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Police said one man was taken to hospital after being hit by a brick. The Sun (2012)The razzmatazz is not something he takes to naturally. Times, Sunday Times (2008)He died soon after being taken to hospital. The Sun (2013) Something the press took to be negative to me was a positive. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Is the "lesson" here something you can take to heart? Exploring language (6th edn) (1995)Eight people were taken to hospital after a floor collapsed in an office building during a meeting of health and safety officers. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Three people were taken to hospital after the crash in Oldham. The Sun (2014)Then we'll have something to take to the nation in a poll. The Sun (2011)Both victims died quickly after being taken to hospital, according to reports. Times, Sunday Times (2009)A book is something you take to bed with you. Times, Sunday Times (2009)A security guard had to be taken to hospital after being hit in the face. Times, Sunday Times (2015)It will help you think about the steps you can take to do something positive to improve your self-esteem. Why Am I Afraid to be Assertive? (1994)And in this new world things he says will be taken to mean something he didn't quite intend. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Took to drink or something. Times, Sunday Times (2015)I've taken to poking about in my kitchen bin. Times, Sunday Times (2007)A man aged 20 was taken to hospital after police found him with head wounds. The Sun (2015)He took to Twitter after an American airline misplaced his prized guitars. The Sun (2012)I wish them well, if you can say that about people whom you are about to take to the cleaners. The Sun (2007)Her head was twisted onto a pike and taken to the Tower; her naked body was dragged through the streets. THE LOST KING OF FRANCE: Revolution, Revenge and the Search for Louis XVII (2002)His characters don't suddenly burst into song or dance; they take to their instruments and sing as though music were their first language. Times, Sunday Times (2007)At last he could bear it no longer; so he took to his heels, and off he ran in a very sad and sorrowful mood. Fairy Tales (1812)
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