Take it out of

Definitions

  • Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • Take it out of to extort reparation from: to exhaust the strength or energy of
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Quotations

  • Ralph Waldo Emerson
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    “There is this to be said in favor of drinking, that it takes the drunkard first out of society, then out of the world.”
  • Robert H. Schuller
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    “It takes guts to get out of the ruts.”
  • Henry Ford
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    “If you take all the experience and judgment of men over fifty out of the world, there wouldn't be enough left to run it.”
  • Helen Rowland
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    “Why does a man take it for granted that a girl who flirts with him wants him to kiss her -- when, nine times out of ten, she only wants him to want to kiss her?”
  • Josh Billings
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    “Take all the fools out of this world and there wouldn't be any fun living in it, or profit.”
  • Peggy Hopkins Joyce
    Peggy Hopkins Joyce
    “It takes all the fun out of a bracelet if you have to buy it yourself.”

Etymology

Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
M. E. taken—Scand.; Ice. taka pa.t. tók, pa.p. tekinn); conn. with L. tangĕre, tetig-i, to touch, and with Eng. tack.

Usage

In literature:

It was in slave times and he was prayin' to the Lord to take him out of bondage.
"Slave Narratives: a Folk History of Slavery in the United States From Interviews with Former Slaves" by Work Projects Administration
It takes genuine courage, I know, for a man or woman to spend this much time out of doors.
"How to Eat" by Thomas Clark Hinkle
But it will take most of your time out of school to hoe them, and keep the weeds out.
"The Bobbin Boy" by William M. Thayer
It was Jack who finally stirred herself from her dumb gloom to take up that fifth and carry it out of the room.
"Riders of the Silences" by John Frederick
You don't seem to suspect how this sort of thing takes it out of one.
"The Tragic Muse" by Henry James
I'll take it out of her cubicle the night before and hide it.
"The Jolliest School of All" by Angela Brazil
She should not take the bread out of the mouths of those who need it.
"Girls and Women" by Harriet E. Paine (AKA E. Chester}
I did not take it out of 'Horace's'.
"Left End Edwards" by Ralph Henry Barbour
It would take the conceit out of a hurricane, I think, if it tried to blow down a banyan-tree.
"A Jolly Fellowship" by Frank R. Stockton
Then take a cigar out of my waistcoat pocket, light it and stick it in my mouth.
"Manasseh" by Maurus Jokai
I see no other way of taking it out of him.
"Tom, Dick and Harry" by Talbot Baines Reed
You will have a splendid chance of taking it out of me for daring to believe somebody innocent that you think guilty.
"The Cock-House at Fellsgarth" by Talbot Baines Reed
They'll take it out of her!
"Tom and Some Other Girls" by Mrs. George de Horne Vaizey
Work that does not 'take it out of you' is not worth doing.
"Expositions of Holy Scripture" by Alexander Maclaren
To take it out and break the seal was the work of a moment.
"A Bid for Fortune" by Guy Boothby
Arrived there, he found that the captain was taking the ladies round the ship to point out some of its interesting details.
"Blue Lights" by R.M. Ballantyne
No matter if it does take it out of you; I can patch you up again, all right.
"The Brentons" by Anna Chapin Ray
This climate does take it out of one and no mistake.
"The Dash for Khartoum" by George Alfred Henty
The sooner it is over, the better; and, while waiting, they will take it out of Old Jerry.
"Old Junk" by H. M. Tomlinson
If he attempts it, we must take the shine out of him.
"The Young Berringtons" by W.H.G. Kingston
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In poetry:

Fair is this out-world of thine,
But its nights are cold;
And the sun that makes it fine
Makes us soon so old!
Long its shadows grow and dim—
Father, take us back with him!
"Christmas Song of the Old Children" by George MacDonald
The man in the bread door Cries and comes out
Thousands of boys and girls Take up his shout
Is it joy? is it prayer? "No more bread today"
Thousands of Children at once scream "Hooray!"
"September On Jessore Road" by Allen Ginsberg
"They both shall take thee beneath their care,
Then surely thou never shalt evily fare:
See yonder sword of steel so white,
No helm nor shield shall resist its bite."
Look out, look out, Svend Vonved.
"Svend Vonved" by George Borrow
Pluck out the thin hairpins and let the waves stream,
Brown-gold as brook-waters that dance through a dream,
Gentle-curled as young cloudlings, sweet-fragrant as bay
Till it takes all the fierceness of living away.
"A Nonsense Song" by Stephen Vincent Benet
Then my heart fills up with longings as I whisper "Come once more,
And let each one take his chamber in my bosom as before;
Open up its rusted gateway, and from out each dusty nook
Cheer away the gloomy silence with the sunshine of your look.
"Winter Visitors" by Alexander Anderson
I says I ain't no judge of that; an' treats it with a laugh.
But she keeps the talk on 'usbands for a minute an' a half.
I can't do much but spar a bit, an' keep her out of range;
So the third round is the widow's; an' the fight takes on a change.
"Red Robin" by C J Dennis

In news:

It points to a future that takes all the guesswork out of moviegoing.
News 3 was there last night when the shirts were first laid out, and it didn't take long before there was a line of people curving throughout the store.
There's a public romance taking place between Americans and their food these days, and sometimes it appears to be annoying the hell out of Kipp Valentine.
There is an unfortunate adage for the unemployed: The longer folks are out of a job, the longer it takes them to find a new one.
I found an interesting article/study in our daily prep that said 1 out of 3 Americans would fail a US citizenship test if they had to take it today.
It takes a little bit of time for good talent to mesh together and reach some of the team goals laid out in front of them.
This is a reader-submitted post written as part of the "It's time for you to 'take over' OTE for a few weeks" feature running while Kristi Gustafson Barlette, blog moderator and author, is out of the office.
It's a beautiful time of year to get out into nature, maybe take a hike or camp out for a night or two.
Russell Brand, James Marsden, and Kaley Cuoco discuss why " Hop " is worth taking the kids out of the house to see it.
Daisy Jopling Takes the Violin Out of Its Box.
The two Showdown songs battled it out online and on Taste of Country Nights radio, with the debut single from McGraw's upcoming new album taking 70 percent of the vote.
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You are helping him to figure out that it is helpful to take a step back and ask these types of questions when he is feeling really angry or upset.
Working until the name Musica Elettronica Viva, this was one of the first ensembles to take electronic music out of the studio and attempt to perform it live.
It's a move that the companies say will help take the uncertainty out of finding suitable storage for secure, responsive virtual desktop infrastructures (VDI) based on VMware's software.
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In science:

Since the coupled chain is collision-avoiding, it must take at least one additional step in order to move the second walker out of the way.
Avoidance Coupling
Note that a priori it is not clear if the correct qualitative picture is that the random walk completes covering of the torus by “taking out several neighbouring vertices at once” or if it “takes out the last few vertices one by one”.
Gumbel fluctuations for cover times in the discrete torus
Note that it is not dependent on control and hence we can take it out of the supremum.
Controlled Continuous Time Random Walks and fractional Hamilton Jacobi Bellman equations
E(sk (t)) = xB1 + B2 (the reason for taking one x out of B1 is technical — it allows us to use the same notations for the estimate of B1 and of B2 , nothing more).
Cycle structure of the interchange process and representation theory
Already in Corollary 2.7 it turned out that the subset F− of F takes up a special role.
One-dimensional Stochastic Differential Equations with Generalized and Singular Drift
The family of conditioned Galton-Watson trees turns out to be quite large, since it contains for instance uniform rooted planar binary trees (take µ(0) = µ(2) = 1/2) or uniform rooted labelled trees (Cayley trees, take µ(k) = e1/k !, k ≥ 0).
Fluctuations for the number of records on subtrees of the Continuum Random Tree
As the authors point out, it is essential to take this feature into account for the study of, say, epidemics.
Interplay between Network Topology and Dynamics in Neural Systems
This expectation is not borne out in quantum field theory on curved space-time because of the conservation law: for operators, it takes the same form as for classical densities, with covariant derivatives acting on the dependence of quantum fields on (classical) coordinates.
Quantum matter in quantum space-time
The zeta function expansion takes 17 seconds on a Sparcstation 1 computer, whereas if the Monte Carlo simulation had to be carried out to the precision obtained in the cycle expansion, it would require several hundred years of Sparcstation 1 time.
Zeta function for the Lyapunov exponent of a product of random matrices
In the dilute limit, the main effect of this interaction is to prevent more than one pair to take advantage of a particular favorable configuration (and the ones very close to it), which turns out to be a very important constraint at low temperatures .
Vortex statistics in a disordered two-dimensional XY model
It turns out, that the spin–glass transition (in the sense of an Almeida-Thouless line), which is believed to take place at TRSB , always precedes the ferromagnetic transition (see Fig. 5).
Theory of the Random Field Ising Model
It turns out that (in every known example) this S p(2r, Z) “periodicity” of τab can be geometrically encoded by taking τab to be the complex structure (period matrix) of a genus-r Riemann surface Σ.
S-Duality and Global Symmetries in N=2 Supersymmetric Field Theory
It turns out to be the easiest strategy in finding the necessary modifications to take the old ADM-action in its manifestly finite and functionally differentiable version and then to express it in terms of the new variables.
Generalized boundary conditions for general relativity for the asymptotically flat case in terms of Ashtekar's variables
It turns out that, as displayed in the right panel in Fig. 9, from Ref. [113], after taking into account carefully washout and flavor effects one finds that the required asymmetry can be achieved for a given range of model parameters which fits neutrino masses indicated by neutrino oscillation experiments.
Status of Neutrino Theory
It is worth pointing out that the perspective adopted in this paper makes it possible to take into account the time dependence of the solar flare rate.
Diffusion entropy and waiting time statistics of hard x-ray solar flares
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