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take to captivate, to delight: “which must Take the ear strangely,” THE TEMPEST, v. 1. 313 ; “play'd to take spectators,” THE WINTER'S TALE, iii. 2. 35 ; “take The winds of March with beauty,” THE WINTER'S TALE, iv. 4. 119.

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