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make

1. Bridge the contract to be played
2. Cards a player's turn to shuffle

make

[′māk]
(electricity)
Closing of relay, key, or other contact.

Make

(programming, tool)
The Unix tool to automate the recompilation, linking etc. of programs, taking account of the interdependencies of modules and their modification times. Make reads instructions from a "makefile" which specifies a set of targets to be built, the files they depend on and the commands to execute in order to produce them.

Most C systems come with a make. There is also one produce by GNU.

["Make - A Program for Maintaining Computer Programs", A.I. Feldman, TR No 57, Bell Labs Apr 1977].

make

A developer's "build" utility that causes a program to be compiled, tested, packaged and deployed. It executes a file of commands (the "makefile") that identifies the files in the project and the tasks to be performed. Stemming from the Unix world, variations for Windows and other platforms have been developed. See build and Ant.
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From complicated medicinal regimes to the importance of regular exercise and healthy diet to making time in one's life for prayer and submission to God's will, Beginning Again is a profound self-help guide, acutely spiritual, embracing God's love and championing the power of the human spirit.
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She suggests making time for educators to note and examine situations and circumstances in which gender might play a part.
As before, though, apparently innocent anthropomorphic teddy bears, donkeys, elephants, and button-faced cloth dolls with human bodies portray the darker side of human interactions, casually performing political executions, making time bombs, shredding documents, and engaging in illicit eroticism.
By making time for career and outside interests, one can reap the rewards of both, suggested Bingham.
Making time for charity, published by CAF (Charities Aid Foundation) and sponsored by Deloitte & Touche, outlines the contribution made by the UK's top business leaders in detail.
a business management consulting firm, they are achieving significant personal wealth and making time for family and personal growth.
But all the accounts are beautifully rendered and nicely paced; this is a book worth making time for, especially if you're all too busy practicing, thinking, or writing about Beltway politics--in which case you've been doing without a book like this for far too long.
SAN DIEGO -- If your New Year's resolutions include saving money, making time for breakfast and eating more bacon, then you're in luck, my friend
Making time for you is really, and I mean really, a lost art.