Perhaps I shall make do with those that remain here before I follow the sun westward.
Dean's lack of proficiency at mountain climbing left him to make do instead of utilizing a more effective and safer method of descent.
sorry I cant give everyone involved a reward but you will have to make do with my heartfelt thanks instead.
In the country, you simply have to make do with what you've got, in terms of the human companionship.
Most have compositors ' names written in, indicating that the printer had to make do without fair copies.
Or maybe we'll just have to make do with the rather nifty thirteen episodes we already have.
The stigma that our forebears had to make do with rancid meat is nonsense.
Instead, we have to make do with a stilted conversation in the car.
If you don't have room for a changing table, however, you can make do by placing a waterproof pad or changing pad on a dresser top or bed.
Do you insist on a glass tabletop, or are you willing to make do with durable plastic?
Most residential yards can make do with a smaller lawn tractor that has a short turning base.
If a pair of jeans is a little loose, you can wear a belt and make do.
There are so many options available that you should never have to make do with a mediocre game.
Computer aided invites are often the fastest, cheapest, and easiest way to make do it yourself wedding invites.
If you have limited options, most cultivars can make do with as little as six hours of sun in a day, but more is usually better.
She either had to learn how to make her own clothes or make do.
You don't want clothes that simply make do and you don't want to be stuck in baggy T-shirts and tent-like dresses.
Today's shorter plus size woman is no longer forced to make do with something on the rack only to come home to make alterations.
Failing these ideas, make do with what is available.
Until recent times, women size 14 or larger had to make do with what they could find.
You follow their plight to make do in such an environment.
While a solo owner of a Wii can make do with what comes packaged in the system, you should get additional Wii accessories and enjoy all the multiplayer aspects, which is where the Wii really excels.
It's important to exchange the pack instead of trying to make do.
While you may be able to purchase a larger size pair of jeans, borrow your spouse's clothes, or leave the button undone on your existing jeans and make do for now, you will find these are short term solutions.
Of course, you may enjoy the rare occasion when you must make do with a small bag.
In fact, many people follow the money saving technique of just not buying it in the first place unless they cannot fix, borrow or make do with whatever is on hand.
While cheerleaders of the past have had to make do with whatever came with the uniform, in the internet age it is much easier for cheerleaders to find exactly the right kind of underwear for both their uniform and their body.
Until then, like most authors, I have to make do with reality.
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