How to use taken under in a sentence

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In the first, a young peasant woman desperately fights to protect an abandoned baby boy she's taken under her wing.
Images of dissected tendon taken under the light microscope show that fibrils can sustain sharp bends or kinks along their length.
Outcomes of patients who take disulfiram are improved when the drug is taken under supervision.
They were restrained before being taken under arrest to St Aldate's Police station.
Saved by Mary and taken under her wing, they benefited from the love and education of a sincere and intelligent woman.
Moss then took 10 photographs of the scene and each of them was taken under the same time exposure of three minutes.
The reliability coefficient may be interpreted as a correlation coefficient between this measurement and a hypothetical remeasurement taken under similar conditions.
This quickie patch should be taken under consideration, or I need to be bullwhipped for possibly not understanding the ramifications of this simple change to allow it to work.
There are many Sinhalese Buddhists who are mortified by the turn their country has taken under the Rajapaksas.
She simply recommended that this case be taken under advisement.
The children are taken under the wing of zany housekeeper Martha but rarely see their uncle, who demands absolute silence while he writes his book.
In 1914 all the railways were taken under the control of the Railway Executive Committee.
Greece and Cyprus were no exception, they faced the same issue of paths taken under Ottoman educational policies.
Elias, who had been excommunicated and taken under the protection of Frederick II, was now forced to give up all hope of recovering his power in the order.
Wherever possible, the fallbacks reference the actions taken under the related inflation-linked bond in the event of a delay or cessation of publication.
France, Pieau was taken under custody earlier in July and will now face a trial with publishing director Ernesto Mauri, and at least two photographers, Us magazine reported.
Examples from Classical Literature
And it was taken under the sophistical plea that it belonged to the nation.
And 66 were taken under Section 3 for people begging outside shops, beside ATMs, night safes and other locations.
Questions or comments proposed at the conference may either be answered at the meeting or will be taken under advisement.
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