make up

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  • Three events make up the meet which takes place on two different days.
  • Its large head makes up more than one-third of its length.
  • The team is made up of current and former college players and former professional players.
  • He was trying to make up his mind about what he was going to do.
  • Despite the name, the group was made up of non-native boys and girls.
  • A few days later, he leaves her a note and the two make up.
  • They go back home and she makes up with her father.
  • The tower was one of the first buildings making up the wall to be completed.
  • This alone will make up for much of the difference in performance.
  • On the left, a block of the building makes up the near ground.
  • Sir John at first intended to study the situation before making up his mind.
  • The rocks making up the mountains were formed before the mountains were raised.
  • A small English attack in the north of France made up little ground.
  • Almost every episode includes her singing a song that she makes up on the spot.
  • The province makes up almost a quarter of the country's area.
  • By that time, Main Street had much the same make-up as today.
  • Those who were unable to fast still must make up the days missed later.
  • Today it makes up more than half of annual production.
  • Research activities and student education make up the core activities of the University.
  • Small office buildings and housing projects make up a minor part of its north side.
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