(Or as Gehry framed it in the Sketches documentary: “mak[ing] beauty with junk”).
mak haste, man, about your ain business—no wonder the wife has little patience if this is how you put off your time.
Success in an ill attemp is the warst failyie a man can mak.'
And the resouns quhy I haue vndertane to mak this Buke ar gude yneuch, as semys me.
"I sent for thee to mak' my will, Mr. Bonnithorne," said the old man.
Each night mak will make a secure shelter for her, and then return to our camp as if he had come in from hunting.
"I mak' no doobt he thowt it was a by-wipe," thought Gubblum.
"Weel, he's there onywye, and we'll jist hae to mak' the best we can wi' him," said Jinnet.
"Ye're real good, and I'll just mak' shift to stay in," replied Mary Jones.
"I mak nae promises," answered Girnel from behind his own back.