make (someone or something) available to (one)

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make (someone or something) available to (one)

To allow one to avail of something or the services of someone else. She made her assistance available to me so that I could finish the project before the deadline. We'll make all of our resources available to you while you work on this.
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make someone or something available to someone

to supply someone with someone or something. I made my car available to Bob. They made their maid available to us.
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The release makes available both newly digitized and "born-digital" research results.
The books reviewed here offer a fair sample of what current scholarship in Jewish studies makes available from the time of the Renaissance.
A Bundle of Gold makes available a comprehensive anthology of the genre that Bregman has pieced together from numerous scattered texts that have rarely been examined.
Russell Athletic makes available nearly 30 styles of game jerseys and pants in adult and youth lines.
Russell also makes available an extensive line of sideline and practice football wear.
First, the Libraries often acquires and makes available broad and generally useful materials.
The University Libraries also acquires and makes available electronic resources to support smaller-scale classroom activities.
George, University of New Mexico, compiles a directory of Internet accessible resources which Mark Resmer, Sonoma State University, makes available via L, the LIBS front-end software.