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make a point of

British pronunciation/mˌeɪk ɐ pˈɔɪnt ɒv/
American pronunciation/mˌeɪk ɐ pˈɔɪnt ʌv/
to make a point of

to deliberately do something, with an emphasis or focus on that thing

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to [make] a point of definition and meaning
1If you want the bill, make a point of catching the waiter's eye and making the hand gesture like you're writing in mid air.
2The politician made a point of showing respect and kindness to his opponents, believing that it is good to make a bridge of gold to a flying enemy, and that treating people well could help him build alliances and get things done.
3And when I declined and went to the free service instead, it kind of makes a point of showing you losing all your information and I felt that was a bit passive aggressive.
4They have all my information even though they made a point of stripping it all away when I didn't upgrade.
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