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- v. To reserve a period of time to do something.
- v. To travel at fast speed
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If your child is a visual learner, the Time-Timer is a tool that can help make time real.
When the Bush White House passed the word that officials would make time for their families—even if it meant going home at 5:30—Marjorie Williams of the Washington Post called that “one of the capital’s sunniest self-delusions.”
But dont just talk the talkyou need to make time for sex!
When the plumeria-blossom leis had been pressed into scrapbooks and the music and flavors of the luau were only a memory, they would remember the soul-enriching experience of creation and artistic expression, and they would make time for it in their regular lives, even if for only a few precious minutes a day.