The Ukrainian revolution is a powerful example of the capacity of a people to take charge of its own destiny.
Unless the government is willing to step up and take charge, such incidents will become routine.
With trunks raised high, Republicans elected moderate Michael Steele to take charge of the Republican National Committee.
Their patrolling, their bravery, their sacrifice gave the Afghans breathing room to take charge of their own affairs.
So I started to take charge when anybody got hurt playing ball.
"I will help you to take charge of him," said the reeve, riding forward.
You need have no scruple to take charge of it; it relates not to myself.
God soon showed us that the religious had come by His will, to take charge of the Sangleys.
Turkeys are violent eaters, and must therefore be left to take charge of themselves in general, except one good feed a day.
I want to discover who her friends are, who really has the right to take charge of her.