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a. "He made a team from people of various backgrounds."
b. "He made up a team from people of various backgrounds."
c. "He made a quorum from people of various backgrounds."
d. "He made up a quorum from people of various backgrounds."
e. "He needed a few more people to make a team."
e. "He needed a few more people to make up a team."
e. "He needed a few more people to make a quorum."
e. "He needed a few more people to make up a quorum."

Could it be that "make" or "make up" (and their past tense variants) is used incorrectly in some sentences?
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It could be. Some sound odd choices.
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Mister MicawberIt could be. Some sound odd choices.
which ones sound abnormal?