"She said good-bye with feigned indifference. What matter could it make? Still, the coach seemed lorn."
To make a lasting marriage we have to overcome self-centeredness. --Grorge Goreon Byron, British poet
Make the best use of the advantages and bypass the disadvantages;develop the strong points and avoid the weak ones
joanna bade her father good-bye and set off to make her fortune
It is, however, very reasonable for the application to make sure to keep a milestone copy of the file before the 5000 bytes were changed, just in case.
I'm glad you can make it. Bye now.
The net result is that cells make smaller amounts of glucose's by-products, just as occurs when caloric restriction limits the amount of glucose going into cells.
The two boys agreed to let bygone be bygone and make friend again.
Didn't make the quota.
His was a most remarkable career, and I have thought that its history would make a valuable addition to our biographical literature