Wills


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Wills

1. Helen Newington, married name Helen Wills Moody Roark. 1905--98, US tennis player. She was Wimbledon singles champion eight times between 1927 and 1938. She also won the US title seven times and the French title four times
2. William John. 1834--61, English explorer: Robert Burke's deputy in an expedition on which both men died after crossing Australia from north to south for the first time
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But to arrive at these laws, resulting from the sum of all those human wills, man's mind postulates arbitrary and disconnected units.
Anything's possible with a man cracked enough to make freak wills and not cracked enough to have them disputed on the ground of insanity.
But this is not the story of Windpeter Winters nor yet of his son Hal who worked on the Wills farm with Ray Pearson.
Pleasing myself with the idea that the supposition might in part arise out of some ingenuity in the story, and thinking it worth while, in the interests of art, to hint to an audience that an artist (of whatever denomination) may perhaps be trusted to know what he is about in his vocation, if they will concede him a little patience, I was not alarmed by the anticipation.
Addison and I are as different as black and white, and I believe our friendship will go off by this business of party.
I am perfectly aware of this, and will henceforth oppose nothing to the accomplishment of my destiny.
But that would make all those I wills wrong, then," he argued.
Not backward can the Will will; that it cannot break time and time's desire--that is the Will's lonesomest tribulation.
POLLY'S happiest day was Sunday, for Will never failed to spend it with her.
The Spartans and Spaniards have been noted to be of small dispatch; Mi venga la muerte de Spagna; Let my death come from Spain; for then it will be sure to be long in coming.
No, sir, I will not," said Mary, more resolutely still.
He will be always in evidence; always with those letters in the background.