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make history

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmake historymake historyIMPORTANTto do something important that will be recorded and remembered Lindbergh made history when he flew across the Atlantic. history
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make historyHe then walked off, having made television history-and, one might say, having made history good television.It made history, becoming the highest-rated television program ever.The 1995 Legislature made history by getting half way there.Lindbergh made history when he flew across the Atlantic in 1927.You can not make histories, you can not write books without order.While Powell provided the drama, Lewis simply made history on the fifth day of the Olympic Trials.Christie in with the in-crowd Zola ... about to make history or just history?Maybe they knew this was their big moment, their chance to make history.
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