Mick, the ice climber, interrupted them before Dean could think up a proper reply.
He hung up before Fred had to think up a response.
What I thought was that you were prepared to use your program to calculate some difficulty indices that people might think up.
But she had to remind the others every now and then in case the boredom made them think up dangerous pranks.
Sit down and think up a short list of all of the above.
With the right cake decorator, a spring wedding cake can be practically anything you can think up.
As you build on your recalls, this is the time you can think up fun games for you and your dog.
Creativity is the ability to think up and design new inventions, produce works of art, solve problems in new ways, or develop an idea based on an original, novel, or unconventional approach.
Encourage your children to think up a new board game, design a toy, or write a book, play, or musical piece.
This small offering alone can give great comfort to a celiac who has been forced to think up alternative ingredients for his macaroni and cheese.
The child must think up a story line for the doll.
It's not too hard to think up something fabulous.
We're sure you will think up a few more ways of your own after reading this list.
There are many other themes you can use to help you think up your children's party ideas.
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