Definitions for "Take-out"
Keywords:  trip, raft, kayaks, canoe, boats
Where the kayaks are taken out of the water at the end of a trip.
The ending point of a paddling trip; where the boats are finally taken from the water. See Put-In.
River access where a trip ends
Keywords:  oot, kerry, malaysian, scots, scottish
Take-out (in American and Canadian English), carry-out (in American English), kerry-oot (in Scottish English and Scots), parcel (in Indian English) or take-away (in Australian, Malaysian, and British English) is food purchased at a restaurant but eaten elsewhere. The restaurant may or may not provide table service. In the United States, food ordered this way (especially in fast food) is ordered to go, and in the United Kingdom it is sometimes ordered to eat out, as opposed to eating in.
Keywords:  tagger, defeat, stone, battle, surplus
A cash surplus generated by the sale of one block of securities and the purchase of another, e.g. selling a block of bonds at 99 and buying another block at 95. Also, a bid made to a seller of a security that is designed (and generally agreed) to take him out of the market.
To completely remove another stone from play by hitting it with another.
Striking another stone hard enough to remove it from play
A written commitment or agreement given by a permanent mortgage lender to a temporary mortgage lender under which the permanent lender agrees to purchase mortgages made by the temporary lender.