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  • This might be the most difficult decision she would ever make.

  • This would be the only attempt they would make.

  • I'm going to make myself a sandwich and get back to work.

  • In fact, that was a good way to make sure he didn't.

  • Of course, if you prefer, we can wait until you come home from work and make it a fun family event.

  • She had to move a few things to make room, but that wasn't too hard.

  • What difference does it make?

  • Jonathan and I will make sure we fill her in on anything she missed.

  • Carmen couldn't make out more than a few words, but one of them was mare.

  • I didn't mean to make you uncomfortable.

  • What else has happened to make you think she is trying to break us up?

  • No matter how sorry Alex was for what happened, or how many times he apologized or tried to make up for it, he couldn't remove the hurt.

  • He'd be following shortly, trying to make it look like he was the injured party.

  • Sure, he'd had some rough times, but she had never done anything to make him think she would be unfaithful.

  • Alex would make the misery go away.

  • Accusing him and storming out the door wasn't going to make him want to stay.

  • More than that, he was willing to make concessions - in front of the children.

  • Maybe it was anger that prompted him to make the remark about her spending his money, but he never apologized about it specifically.

  • One way to do that is to make sure they don't have all the facts.

  • He had access to his part much earlier than I did, so he was able to make some investments that really paid off.

  • By that time she was hungry and decided to make a deal with the night shift.

  • Where it is written how we are to make a child?

  • Warm him some chicken soup and make sure he drinks plenty of water.

  • Surely he doesn't make all the decisions.

  • Why don't we all make another trip to Texas?

  • At that moment there was a choice to make.

  • Maybe she couldn't make the ugly beast go away completely, but she had learned to control it.

  • It doesn't matter to me one way or another, but I wish you would at least make an effort at seeing his side of it.

  • Can you call Katie while I make flight arrangements?

  • It shouldn't make any difference if he's adopted.

  • It won't make any difference to you whether they are adopted or biological - not in how much you love them or how you treat them.

  • This make a good horse ranch, yes?

  • Carmen thought she wanted him to make the decisions, but she wanted to be involved with the process.

  • The truth was, Carmen lacked the confidence to make decisions.

  • Good, that should make this easier.

  • You simply had to make better use of what was left.

  • They didn't make it to the restaurant.

  • A 24-hour guard wasn't possible and arresting him would only make him more dangerous.

  • That must make you about five years old.

  • I don't mean to make her feel unwelcome, but it was her own carelessness that got her into this situation.

  • He had volunteered his help, and now he was going make his offer good... whether he wanted to or not.

  • Need he make it so obvious?

  • He's a big horse, but I couldn't make him carry the two of us in that terrain.

  • You're going to make yourself sick.

  • "I'll make you a deal," he spoke evenly, "you don't hit me and I won't hit you."

  • He could hardly be blamed if he chose to make her walk home.

  • Make sure that is sometime in the near future.

  • No, there's no need for you to make an extra trip.

  • Make yourself at home.

  • She tried to make her tone casual.

  • She stared at his profile and tried to make her voice cool and commanding.

  • It wasn't as if she had any part in becoming that way, nor did it make her a better person.

  • She met his regard with equal composer, in spite of the fact that the conversation was beginning to make her feel extremely uncomfortable.

  • Had Allen been here to make a drug deal with Giddon?

  • If you want to walk this late in the evening, you need to make sure I'm with you.

  • It would make me feel better.

  • She glanced back to make sure she wasn't being observed.

  • Yancey, help her into the other room and make her get that foot up for the evening.

  • Whatever did I say to make you think that?

  • You think things over for a long time before you make decisions – even in small matters.

  • So what difference did it make who came up with the idea as long as it was a good one?

  • A little, why don't we go in and I'll make us some coffee?

  • I never meant to make you feel that way.

  • I didn't mean to make you late for your appointment.

  • Those jeans make your legs look so long.

  • They might have considered her an innocent bystander in her relationship with Allen, but being on the sideline again would, at minimum, make them suspicious.

  • Because he wanted to make me look bad in your eyes.

  • No, a restraining order wouldn't stop him from finding me if he wanted to, and it might just make him mad enough to do something worse.

  • Thank you for driving all that way to make sure I was safe.

  • Hopefully the fact that help was on the way would make him reconsider any violent action.

  • It also told me he was willing to make a sacrifice for her protection.

  • I think helping Lisa has made me realize that one person can make a difference.

  • It was Adrienne's turn to make a face.

  • That was the only way to make it through college.

  • It might make him feel less threatened.

  • I guess I'll have to make sure I marry a man who'll stay home with the children.

  • As long as they weren't sleeping together or disrupting the household, what difference did it make that they were in love?

  • We can't expect them to make an exception for us.

  • It'll make things tough, but it's only a few months.

  • Now both of you get in here before we make a scene that gets us all thrown out.

  • Nothing she could say would make any difference anyway.

  • She managed to make two 1-day trips to the ranch and Brandon came down to watch her graduate.

  • Don't make me choose between you and my mother, Adrienne.

  • I'm not forcing you to make a choice between me and your mother.

  • To make matters worse, lately she had been dreaming of the ranch as well.

  • She wasn't going to let them all make her feel guilty.

  • They were offering more than she could make after several years' experience at the hospital in Tulsa.

  • What difference did it make?

  • Getting a job in Bartlesville would only make everyone believe she was still in love with Brandon.

  • That wasn't the point she was trying to make, but maybe a man would never understand what she was talking about.

  • Let me make one thing clear.

  • She's got a sharp tongue, but she could make shoe soles taste like fine steak.

  • Do you know how to make flap jacks?

  • Bordeaux pushed to his feet and moved away from her, careful not to make any sudden movements that might be misinterpreted.

  • I'm not going back and you can't make me.

  • She poured sand over the fire and waited long enough to make it appear she had given his invitation consideration.

  • I don't know what to say, except, don't let it make you bitter about life.

  • Why did he have to make everything an issue?

  • If I holler, fan out and make a circle.

  • If he had buttered up to her, it was merely to make his job easier.

  • He held her without speaking, probably sensing there was little he could say to make her feel better.

  • I can't make the decision for you.

  • Yours is the second offer I've had this trip and I want to make sure I get the best deal.

  • And if she still couldn't make up her mind?

  • Cassie scooped sand to make a pillow and put her hat over her face.

  • Suddenly all those annoying rules of conduct began to make sense.

  • Could it grow strong enough to make her forget about those who depended on her?

  • He was trying to make it easy on her.

  • Didn't he always make sense?

  • Could she make it across the lava field by herself?

  • The soft sand in the ravine would make it simple for the Indians to detect where they had emerged.

  • I'll make it different this time.

  • Even if he was a Mormon, how could he make plans with this Darcie when he had proposed to her only an hour ago?

  • Cassie asked, trying to make her voice sound friendly.

  • I mean... he rode ahead so he could make arrangements before you arrived.

  • He could put her in the buggy and he could forcefully take her to the ranch, but he couldn't make her look at her father or talk to him.

  • I'm not trying to make excuses for his behavior.

  • If all their conversations in the three months he had been coming to the diner were put together, it was doubtful that they would make a respectable paragraph.

  • I guess I should go to college and make something of myself.

  • You make it sound so attractive.

  • You make him sound like an old lecher.

  • Oh, and you know what they say: Men don't make passes at girls who wear glasses.

  • I'd think that would make you even more comfortable with the idea.

  • I guess being reclusive is a poor way to make friends.

  • Everything considered, it was easier to make the decision to take the job than to placate Mary.

  • Well, make yourself at home.

  • Make a list of anything you need and I'll drive into town Monday.

  • Then make that list.

  • If you think he'll make good company, go ahead and feed him.

  • If you figure out a way to do this all day and still make the ranch turn a profit, you could make a fortune teaching your method at seminars.

  • I don't make the decisions alone, though.

  • I'd rather not make a fool out of myself.

  • To make sure I'm not keeping up with the Jones', I suppose.

  • Make me a list of the things we would need and I'll take you into town.

  • If there was anything going on in this house, it's not like your rooming upstairs would make it look any different.

  • You two make a fine pair, you know that?

  • What kind of comment was that to make about her brother?

  • And Mr. Cade has done nothing to make me think he is anything but a normal man who simply enjoys his solitude.

  • She can't make up her mind whether you're having an affair with me or hiding something.

  • If you think you'd be happier with Claudette, I won't stand in your way, but I want to make it clear that I don't want you to go.

  • She turned to go back to the house and realized she wouldn't be able to make it before the storm caught up with her.

  • Make sure you don't get any sparks on that thing.

  • In a few more weeks she could make a routine visit to the doctor.

  • Maybe he was afraid she would insist he make an honest woman of her.

  • It shouldn't make any difference, but it did.

  • Maybe she could do something about that and help Cade make some money at the same time.

  • You know Cade; you could make a profit off this ranch other ways than running cattle.

  • And having guests here won't make me crawl into bed with you again, either.

  • What would it take to make you happy, Cindy?

  • I just convinced myself we were going to make it right.

  • So what do you want me to do, make a museum out of this place?

  • It was hard enough to make ends meet before she took the job at the ranch.

  • Now was the time to clear the air, and there was one thing about all this that didn't make sense.

  • Just make sure he's not traumatized or something.

  • It's raining enough to make Noah do a double shift.

  • Perhaps I can make other arrangements.

  • I have years to make up, dreams and fantasies to fulfill.

  • I didn't know him all that well but in my mixed up mind I was sure it was some sick way to make things right.

  • If you loved me, why didn't you let me make love to you?

  • You wouldn't have to make a big deal out of; like seeing a flying saucer, I added with a smile.

  • Make a note of the exact settings after you remove all your plants.

  • He's never out more than ten to twenty minutes at a time and three or four sessions make a heavy day.

  • I'll make that safe a bet anytime.

  • Granted, we have to plan how to best make it public but.

  • "We all need to stop and think this through and not make any rash decisions," I said.

  • Maybe blubbering will make you sound more credible.

  • "Think this through, Howie," I cautioned, "before you make any commitment.

  • She was forbidden to engage the operator in any conversation and make the call as brief as possible.

  • He reached a dark van and left, without lights before Howie could make out a plate number.

  • She recognized this trait and would accept rules she herself would never be able to make.

  • Just make sure our asses are protected.

  • I waited until evening to make my momentous call to Agent Brennan.

  • There's this God-given gift hanging up there like a paper moon that only the five of us can make happen.

  • We constantly longed to follow up on our endeavors and make sure what Howie discovered was brought to a positive conclusion.

  • A brother would make the most sense, given the age difference.

  • Let's make it multiple choice.

  • "It would make me more comfortable," she said.

  • Howie was ambivalent as usual while Quinn indicated the choice was Martha's to make.

  • What do you propose to do about it; make him take a vow of celibacy?

  • Maybe I should call him myself, just to make sure.

  • She understands and doesn't make fun of me.

  • Did the press make the connection with her death and her position at the call center?

  • I have some phone calls to make.

  • He swiveled his head, back and forth between sides, unwilling as usual to make a decision.

  • "Molly will make a fine mother herself one day," I commented.

  • I tried to think how I'd make such a request without getting Merrill Cooms' right hand man in trouble.

  • We finally decided the pros out weighted the cons and I should make the call.

  • I'm on my own with a child, trying to make ends meet, the best I can.

  • Whatever happens, it's us together and we'll make it.

  • You'll help Julie to register Molly at the Keene school while I make the plane reservation.

  • He made a purchase using the card earlier, just to make sure there wasn't a stop order on it.

  • Naughty, naughty, Miss Reagan; mustn't make daddy mad!

  • I could make up some story; maybe I'm writing a magazine piece.

  • My boss was going make me send a form letter back to each of them until she saw how many nuts there were out there.

  • We all make errors sometimes but those who care keep right on loving us.

  • It would make some people feel much safer.

  • The line is as secure as I can make it.

  • Howie's mother took a turn for the worse and he'd been advised she wouldn't make it.

  • We were finding make work at the office increasingly boring but I suspected our absence would produce unwanted curiosity.

  • Don't make me be the one to call it quits.

  • "Just make it brief and talk about what you do know, or remember," I said.

  • It doesn't make sense that the perp did it.

  • We'll keep on top of it and make sure they follow up.

  • He won't make plane reservations until he speaks to her.

  • Let's try and make the best of what we have, for Howie's sake.

  • He said he'd make arrangement for the room and his equipment.

  • "Why do I always have to make the decisions?" he whined.

  • The next morning Molly beat us awake by enough time for her to make oatmeal and toast and hand deliver it to our bed.

  • Perhaps I shall make do with those that remain here before I follow the sun westward.

  • It might make me a few minutes late meeting with Jackson but all the more time for Brennan to speak with him first.

  • I drove slowly around the circle to make sure the site previously occupied by the California motor home was indeed vacant.

  • I don't think we have any worries that he'll make any public announcements about psychic activities in his jurisdiction.

  • Can't you just wire Julie a ticket and make arrangements for her to get to the airport?

  • They want to go easy on this and not make any mistakes.

  • He pretended he needed time to make a few more phone calls but I could see he was disappointed by the delay.

  • By tomorrow we'll have a better handle on the situations, enough at least to make flight arrangements.

  • I could barely make out the emblem on the front of the Harvard Tee shirt it was so drenched in blood.

  • One look told me few kids had dared make fun of his name.

  • Let's see if we can make any sense out of this.

  • Why don't you dig through Quinn's stuff and see if you can make any sense out of it?

  • My mind was like a thousand pieces of shattered glass, impossible to make whole.

  • "I'll make the call while you listen," she said.

  • He must have been flying a hundred miles an hour to make that mess.

  • He's a nice young man and I feel would make a far less labor intensive mate than Howie would have proved to be.

  • Bianca waited until she heard the door click closed and looked across the small bay to make sure her daddy still slept.

  • "I can make it so he doesn't remember that you did this to him," the stranger said.

  • If you make me a promise, he said.

  • You must promise to keep it a secret and to make Jonny keep it a secret.

  • "Shall I make a list?" he returned.

  • I don't mind trying to make your day as good as you make mine.

  • He'll make a good warrior, one I can train to kill a couple pain in the asses I can't get rid of otherwise.

  • She couldn't cure whatever it was, and she couldn't make sense of it.

  • I'll make sure she rests and I'll go with her everywhere so nobody hurts her.

  • Not sure what to make of it.

  • I'll make it right.

  • I don't want to make him angrier at me.

  • Rule number two: if you make a mess, clean it up.

  • Make a call to Jasmine in Latin America and see what we can get from them.

  • "I don't make it, do I?" he asked, even knowing he shouldn't.

  • So am I. We'll make good friends.

  • Can you make peanut butter tomorrow?

  • Don't make me make up my own rules for you, Darian!

  • "The good thing about being in charge is the ability to make your own schedule," he replied.

  • You gonna make the intel briefing this morning in an hour?

  • I don't care what happens to me, but I don't ever mean to do something that would make you get hurt.

  • I gotta make it up to her somehow.

  • You can make your own rules within those duties, she said.

  • "Tell him whose cookies you'll make first, sis," Jonny said testily.

  • I can make more than one kind at once.

  • "Don't make me call Dusty," Sofi replied.

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