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find the time

To devote time in one's busy schedule to do something; to make the time to do something. When am I supposed to find the time to make cupcakes for the school bake sale? I have two important meetings today at work! I try to find the time to meditate every day.
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References in classic literature ?
I wonder how you find the time to know all about pictures as well as books?
She has the inclination and tries to find the time to pursue a bit of academics as well.
It is difficult to find the time to go shopping and can be an added stress on a family.
The age-old question, "If you can't find the time to do the job right, how are you going to find the time to do the job over?
Voluntary bar associations are playing a One campaign video of lawyers--both young lawyers with children and competing demands on their time, and the older and wiser senior attorneys in the twilight of their careers--talking about how happy they are to find the time to do pro bono.
The snub was all the more poignant because Prime Minister Gordon Brown managed to find the time to meet her when she travelled to the Labour party conference in Manchester last week.
In this age of unrelenting demands on corporate tax professionals (from Sarbanes-Oxley and FAS 109 to "minor little things" like corporate e-filing), it will not be easy to find the time to become involved.
As Phil Stead, from LA Fitness in Liverpool, says: ``Everyone can find the time to exercise if they really set their mind on it.
Yoga also is very effective in helping to manage stress when I can find the time to practice.
None of these officials could find the time to address the DAV National Convention only four blocks away, so we took our message to them--urging passage of legislation calling for full funding of VA health care.
Few never find the time; many frequently find the time; but some nearly always find the time to participate.
But as health-care costs continue to escalate, companies may find it's in their financial interest to help employees find the time to de-stress, exercise and eat well, Piscatella said.
A survey into how often workers find the time to cash cheques showed some are so busy they wait six days before finding time to go to the bank.
The person who has a `fat' self-image--whose self-image claims to have a `sweet tooth,' to be unable to resist `junk food,' who cannot find the time to exercise," Maltz posits as an example, "will be unable to lose weight and keep it off no matter what he tries to do consciously in opposition to that self-image.