The farmers market was teeming with the locals and makeshift booths lining a cordoned off section of the beach town nearby.
We turned those buildings into a makeshift hospital.
The lackey picked her up and carted her to the garage, which served as a makeshift barracks filled with cots and sleeping men.
It arose partly from the makeshift policy of the times of the Reformation, and partly from Luther's strong belief that the jus episcopale belonged in the last resort to the civil authorities.
The makeshift bar in the corner, however, drew her attention.
This is a makeshift meal at best.
There were several hundred men and women in the makeshift arena, with the king's party of advisors and servants sitting within the ring against one wall.
If, however, we are more illnatured, we may regard the phrase, with Prantl, as simply a meaningless makeshift in extremities; and if so, Abelard's account of the subsequent decline of William's reputation would be explained.
Meanwhile a sort of makeshift was devised, and the Imperial parliament passed a measure permitting the formation of a federal council, to which any colony that felt inclined to join could send delegates.
Together, they entered the back forty acres through a makeshift gate.