make a point of


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make a point of someone or something

 and make an issue of someone or something
Fig. to turn someone or something into an important matter. Please don't make a point of John's comment. It wasn't that important. I hope you make an issue of Tom's success and the reasons for it.
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make a point of doing something

to be certain to do something that you think is important She makes a point of sending thank-you notes.
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make a point of

Treat something as important or essential, as in She made a point of thanking everyone in the department for their efforts. This expression uses point in the sense of "an objective or purpose." [Late 1700s] Also see make one's point.
See also: make, of, point

make a point of

To consider or treat (an action or activity) as indispensable: made a point of visiting their niece on the way home.
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