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1) What should I make for dinner?
2) Mom, what did you make for dinner?
3) This incident will make for better understanding between them.
4) Constant arguing doesn't make for a happy marriage.
5) Statistics on unemployment levels hardly make for scintillating reading.
6) The plan might make for the friends.
7) The great disparity between the teams did not make for an entertaining game.
8) I'll make for the door - cover me, will you?
9) Both teams are on good form, which should make for a great game.
10) It's getting late; we'd better turn and make for home.
11) Having faster computers would make for a more efficient system.
12) But external threats can make for improbable subdivision bedfellows.
13) No, happenstance will never make for beauty.
14) Some have wide spools which make for longer casting.
15) It does not make for your typical comic fare.
16) It could only make for bad blood between the Li clan and himself and shatter the age-old ties between their families.
17) Today's tourists naturally make for Dorchester and its surrounding villages.
18) I have mentioned particular examples of qualities that make for high survival value among memes.
19) This reciprocal position did not make for sincerity and real understanding.
20) But selective use of television can make for a healthy ritual for connection with your spouse.
21) Badly recorded, Beatlesque song fragments may make for an interesting aesthetic statement.
22) But the play's compassion and mordant comedy make for compelling viewing.
23) That might make for excellent drama - but be prepared for it.
24) One person leading into another can make for a smoother flow and a more efficient use of time.
25) Though badly damaged by fire,(http://sentencedict.com/make for.html) the bus tried to make for its garage.
26) You get the sense it was a blast to make for everyone involved in the production.
27) Walls in dark, warm colours, with rich fitted carpets or traditional rugs make for a quietly splendid effect.
28) Compared with shifting coalitions of Independent councillors, party groupings can make for coherent policy planning and administration.
29) However, lengthy and complex consultative committees can hinder revision and make for a slowly changing scheme.
30) Perhaps even more destructively, the Philharmonic Hall acoustic does not make for the clarity of diction experienced in the average theatre.
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