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make time

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  1. make timeverb

    To reserve a period of time to do something.

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of make time in Chaldean Numerology is: 8

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of make time in Pythagorean Numerology is: 5

Examples of make time in a Sentence

  1. Dave Kaval:

    I make time for my children's events. I find it important to model this behavior for my staff so they feel empowered to make the same decisions. I always tell folks' family first,'.

  2. Tristain Shury:

    If there is a way, find it. If it is important to you, make time. When it hinders your peace, avoid it. If it gives you life, cherish it and watch how it blooms.

  3. Drell Szyfer:

    There is very little at work that is' that important' that I can't also make time for the times I'm needed at school, my husband and I do take turns and I do miss some things, but I also make a lot more [ of them ] than I used to. Having a child who just graduated from high school helps to put a lot in perspective -- I spent time at her graduation thinking about how fast it all went and all the foolish decisions I made that prevented me from' being there.'.

  4. Diana Graber:

    When we make time for this, then students learn to have each other's backs, develop and follow their own social norms and we see all kinds of problems, like these, disappear.

  5. Jim Bolton:

    When we think of staying healthy, we often think of taking exercise and eating a healthy diet. However, we should also make time for our friendships as part of a healthy lifestyle, this study is additional evidence of the importance of friends and family in maintaining good mental health ... [and] importantly, this study indicates that when we do speak to family and friends our depression is not 'infectious,'.


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