Making

  • (noun): The act that results in something coming to be.
    Example: "The making of measurements"; "it was already in the making"
    Synonyms: devising, fashioning

Some articles on making:

Descriptions Des Arts Et Métiers - Topics Covered
... Clothing Shipbuilding Fishing Woodworking Pipe-organ making Metal working Turning and lathe work Scientific-instrument making Flour milling Baking and sugar refining Paper-maki ...
Roland Emmerich - Personal Life and Advocacy
... prints of Alison Jackson's works of a Princess Diana lookalike making obscene gestures and engaging in sex acts, a wax sculpture of Pope John Paul II laughing as he reads his own obituary, and a Photoshopped image of ... but his motivation to keep directing is that he genuinely "like making movies" ... made the donation on behalf of Outfest, making it the largest gift in the festival's history ...
H. P. Bulmer - History - Formation
... stainless-steel computer-controlled cider-making plant that has grown up on a 75 acres (30.4 ha) site nearby ... Cider making in those early days was a hit or miss affair, the natural fermentation process being achieved by apple yeast occurring naturally in the ... This was the start of commercial cider making ...
Tibetan Rug
... Tibetan rug making is an ancient, traditional craft ... different from that used in other rug making traditions worldwide ... Some aspects of the rug making have been supplanted by cheaper machines in recent times, especially yarn spinning and trimming of the pile after weaving ...
Zoozoo - Making
... The Zoozoos are small-bodied, thin women covered in layers of white fabric ... Each facial expression is made of rubber and pasted on the actors to cut down on the time and cost for shoot ...

Famous quotes containing the word making:

    Let a human being throw the energies of his soul into the making of something, and the instinct of workmanship will take care of his honesty.
    Walter Lippmann (1889–1974)

    What stunned me was the regular assertion that feminists were “anti-family.” . . . It was motherhood that got me into the movement in the first place. I became an activist after recognizing how excruciatingly personal the political was to me and my sons. It was the women’s movement that put self-esteem back into “just a housewife,” rescuing our intelligence from the junk pile of “instinct” and making it human, deliberate, powerful.
    Mary Kay Blakely (20th century)

    They were making their way with the resigned expression of those who are condemned to hope forever.
    Charles Baudelaire (1821–1867)