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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmakingmak‧ing /ˈmeɪkɪŋ/ noun [uncountable]  1 MAKEthe process of making somethingmaking of companies involved in the making of nuclear weaponscheese making/cider making etc a region famous for its cheese making2 decision-making/policymaking3 be the making of somebody4 have the makings of something5 be a long time/ten years etc in the making6 be of your own making
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makingquilt-makingWhether senior buyers are able at the same time to exercise an influencing and decision making role will depend on organisational factors.Many things can interfere with effective decision making.They have trained-in a succession of concepts over the years: decision making, then situational leadership, and then contingency theory.He had a real ability for making people decide exactly what they were trying to say and do.In spite of the obvious dangers, several more people succeeded in making the crossing and gaining a few moments of fame.Eleanor Coppola wrote a book about the making of "Apocalypse Now."Marketing research is fundamentally about the acquisition and analysis of information required for the making of marketing decisions.For the making of a will compliance with the following formalities is now necessary: The will must be in writing.It has participated in the making of a video by the Banking Information Service on wise ways to use credit.In Britain the railways not only transported but considerably stimulated the making of bricks.