take measures ⪢⪢
China says it will take measures against unnamed US officials following new US visa restrictions for Chinese officials whose policies are linked to human rights abuses.┆a step planned or taken as a means to an end "took strong measures against the rebels"
 take measures ⪢⪢
Tired of the constant danger that the cat presented, one of the mice decided to summon a general counsel so that all the mice could debate what measures they could take to outwit their common enemy the cat.
 take measures ⪢⪢
Russian foreign minister Sergey Lavrov accuses Ukrainian Volodymyr Zelensky of inciting tensions with Russia and says the country will take measures to protect its diplomats. 2022-01-28 → incite
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And the state of New York declares emergency measures after about 3 meters of snow fell across 18 counties. → take measures
○○○ face measures ⪢⪢
And in China, Olympic Committee Chief Thomas Bach says those responsible for giving banned drugs to a 15-year-old figure skater will face very strong measures. → take measures 2022-02-18
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Voting ends in South Korea's close presidential election. Officials say counting may take longer than usual because of COVID-19 measures. 2022-03-09 → take measures
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