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take the game to

To aggressively attack the opposing team. They're a fast team, so we need to take the game to them—if we start chasing them, it's over.
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I'm pleased that we're taking the game to Parc Eirias.
THE game kicked off with Darlington All Stars taking the game to Stockton.
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With Bees taking the game to Coventry in the forwards it was never going to be a classic game of rugby.
While the Millennium Stadium is a fantastic venue, taking these fixtures around the country will be taking the game to the people.
It is also taking the game to a greater world-wide audience.
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This joint venture therefore gives us the chance to be at the forefront of taking the game to a new and undeveloped area and establishing professional golf in Cuba.