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Most of the men had been either killed or captured.
Police officers finally cornered and captured the dog.
Rebel forces captured the village.
They captured or destroyed over 400 tanks.
Japanese firms have now captured over 50% of the market.
Conservatives had hoped to capture a larger share of the vote.
The film succeeds in capturing the mood of the 1960s.
The artist has captured her perfectly.
The whole incident was captured by a young American photographer.
The idea was to capture on film how the countryside was changing.