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   has the national animal   
Finding Nemo (2003)
   contains the line   
"Takin' on the Jellies. You Got Serious Thrill Issues, Dude."
A Celtic Chief Wounded in the Conflict Seeing Death Overtaking His Men Near a Cellar:
   is found in   
Century V, Quatrain No.10
A Celtic chief wounded in the conflict Seeing death overtaking his men near a cellar: Pressed by blood and wounds and enemies, And relief by four unknown ones.
Close-Up Lens
   is described as   
A Lens Attachment for Taking Exposures at a Close Distance.
Placed in front of a camera lens
Enrique Iglesias
Takin' Back My Love
Featuring Ciara
   is a bundle word for   
Counting to Ten and Taking a Deep Breath
Je Prends
I Am Taking
Taking Back Sunday
   released the album   
Tell All Your Friends (2002)
"Taking the Long Way"
   was released by   
The Dixie Chicks
2007 - Album of the Year
Jane Eyre
There Was No Possibility of Taking a Walk That Day.
Charlotte Brontë
Peggy Lee
   released the single   
Somebody Else Is Taking My Place
1942; #1 on the Billboard chart
Taking Away
No Overtaking
   is represented by   

UK road sign
   is described as   
Taking Additional Pictures of the Subject Through a Range of Exposures
When unsure of the correct exposure.
   is divination by   
Taking a Walk
Lt. Col. Michael Strobl
   was played by Kevin Bacon in   
Taking Chance 2009)
Television Film; Golden Globe Award for Best Actor
Taking Something Away
   is described as   
Moving the Camera While Taking an Photograph
If panning while focused on a moving subject, it remains sharp while the background shows motion blur
Taking Lives (2004)
Angelina Jolie, Ethan Hawke and Kiefer Sutherland
Director: D.J. Caruso
"Taking the Long Way"
Dixie Chicks
2007 - Best Country Album
Ordinary Decent Criminal (2000)
   has the tagline   
Michael Just Loves Taking the Law Into His Own Hands!
Doobie Brothers
   released the single   
Takin' It To the Street
1976; peaked at #13 on the Billboard Hot 100; lasting popularity
It's Taking Ages
It's Taking a Long Time
   is defined as   
The Taking of Physical Evidence or Property by Law Enforcement Officials
Taking It All Too Hard
And She Was
   has the lyric:   
And She Was Taking off Her Dress
Talking Heads
   is used for   
Taking Pictures of the Sun
I Am Taking On, Discharging or Carrying Dangerous Goods
   is represented by   

Or B - Bravo
Off-The-Film Metering
   is described as   
A Method to Determine Exposure by Reading Light Reflected from the Film During Picture-taking.
   is defined as   
The Taking and Printing of Photographs
Taking a Day off Work
“ I chucked a sickie today”
   is an acute fear of   
Taking Tests
   is an acute fear of   
Taking Medicine
   has the lyric:   
But the Rollergirl, She's Taking Chances
Dire Straits
Johnny Frank Garrett
   uttered the last words   
"I'd Like to Thank My Family for Loving Me and Taking Care of Me. And the Rest of the World Can Kiss My Ass."
A Texas inmate executed for rape and murder.
Taking Back Sunday
   released the album   
Louder Now (2006)
Taking Back Sunday
   sang the song   
You Know How I Do
Taking Back Sunday
   sang the song   
I'll Let You Live
The Taking of Pelham One Two Three (1974)
Walter Matthau, Robert Shaw and Martin Balsam
Director: Joseph Sargent. Also starred Hector Elizondo, Earl Hindman & James Broderick. Plot: In New York, armed men hijack a subway car and demand a ransom for the passengers. Even if it's paid, how could they get away?
Taking Effect at a Specified Time
Anatole France
"People Who Have No Weaknesses Are Terrible; There is No Way of Taking Advantage of Them"
French author, Nobel Prize in Literature in 1921
   is used for   
Taking Pictures of the Sun
Vernon Duke
Taking a Chance on Love
Céline Dion
   had a U.K. Top 40 single hit with   
Taking Chances
Benny Goodman
   released the single   
Taking a Chance on Love
1943; 3 weeks as Billboard's #1
Bachman-Turner Overdrive
   released the single   
Takin' Care of Business
1973; peaked at #12 on the Billboard Hot 100; lasting personality
William Alwyn
"A Leave-taking"
Seven song cycle
"Watching the Water in the Foreground Dream Reflectively, Taking a View of Delft As It Was, Under a Wide and Darkening Sky."
   are the closing lines of   
Vermeer by Howard Nemerov
Raising Arizona (1987)
   contains the line   
"I'll Be Taking These Huggies and Whatever Cash You Got."

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