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Make a point to carry your calendar with you at all times.
I suppose the people who wrote that stuff on the wall were trying to make a point, but they mainly made a mess.
If you have children in pre-school or elementary school, make a point of checking their hair once a week for lice.
Sometimes it took a ridiculous simile to make a point.
To stay safe on the roads in winter, make a point of checking the weather conditions before you head out.
If you are traveling alone, make a point to break every three to four hours for walking, stretching and getting the blood pumping.
As such, parents make a point of ignoring fashion and going straight for a sturdy, comfortable suit that will allow the child to swim and play with abandon.