When we were ready to move on, I took the reins again.
Taking the reins the old man led the team along the road.
He took the reins of government on May 11, 1945.
From late 2002 to early 2004, he took the reins of 1.
Then he took the reins, and they both got up.
"The company has not done well since he took the reins."
We must allow the child to take the reins of our lives.
"Would you like one of us to take the reins?"
I have no desire to take the reins of government by any means.
Somehow, he sat up and took the reins in his hands.
One took the wheel; the other opened the door on the far side of the car.
But even parents whose children are years from taking the wheel may have cause to worry.
He reached across and took the wheel in his hands.
It was the man who'd tried to take the wheel.
I offered to take the wheel, but Summer wouldn't let me.
Not even his crew know when he wants to take the wheel.
She reached out and took the wheel in her hands.
He didn't say a word to me, just took the wheel.
I asked her if she wanted to take the wheel.
He took the wheel when they were out on the open sea.
In 1592, after the death of his father, he took over the reins of power.
From 1896 to 1905, the football program was in a state of flux, with a new coach taking over the reins every year.
I only took over the financial reins three weeks before the end of the financial year!
His older brother, Brian, took over the reins of the team for the 2007-08 season.
"Thus you must take over the reins of power after I am gone."
I will take over the reins of leadership until such time as a new king is named.
His travels did not end after taking over the reins of the family business.
So what's it like to take over the reins of the notorious men's magazine?
Nevertheless, she said, a couple of other relatives are talking about taking over the reins this year.
Since this government took over the reins my retirement portfolio has lost more than half its value.