find the time

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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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Elizabeth finds the time alongside looking after her son who is five and her daughter of two, as do the other women who have children of similar ages.
This should console us in Macedonia that things regarding the dispute are moving forward and that the Prime Minister, even from China, finds the time to tackle the main problem of the country.
Ortega was selected because "she has managed, despite the odds, to achieve success as a woman in a nontraditional field; she's making her company grow; and she still finds the time to help her community."
Lorraine normally shops at Wallis, Next and George at Asda when she finds the time so I picked a selection of garments from Wallis and introduced her to the Per Una range at Marks and Spencer, perfect for Lorraine's new image.
He has big plans to dress up the truck and add a motor to the propeller when he finds the time.