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She expected the students to listen to one another, make sense of the ideas, and ask questions of those who were presenting their solutions.
Here, Melissa went back to the beginning of the sentence to make sense of the printed message.
We have a love that does not translate in magazines and won't ever make sense to anybody else.
But at a time when people are trying to make sense of everything from church burnings to Wise Use ballot initiatives to armed Freemen and the Viper Militia, a book that gives a coherent, current explanation of the subject matter these two anthologies tackle is needed.