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When Marie’s father died, control of the business passed into her hands.
Dr Davies believes that children should have control over their own lives.
When we took control of the company, it was losing money.
Democrats are hoping to gain control of the House of Representatives at the next election.
The island is now under French control.
Decisions on financial matters are outside my control.
The driver lost control of the vehicle on an icy road.
He failed to regain control of the aircraft, and it crashed moments later.
an international agreement on arms control
wage and price controls
new controls on the importing of live animals
tighter controls on vehicle emissions
The police were called in to help with crowd control.
Control of inflation is the government’s top priority.
The defendant had lost control after telling the victim several times to leave him alone.
They sat in silence, struggling to keep control of their emotions.
She adjusted the volume control slightly.
We were reassured to know that an experienced pilot was now at the controls.
Half of the control group suffered further heart attacks, compared with only 12% of those receiving the treatment.
Press ‘control’ and ‘D’ to delete a line.
It took us two hours to get through passport control.