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want

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want

[wänt]
(geology)
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It was after he found out you was Miss Polly's niece that he said he didn't ever want ter see ye again, wa'n't it?
And therefore what they produce at home must be not only enough for themselves, but such both in quantity and quality as to accommodate those from whom their wants are supplied.
Not at all; he will find people there who, seeing the want, undertake the office of salesmen.
This want, then, creates a class of retail-traders in our State.
He wants to get back to playing, but it's got to be fair to him,'' Brisson said.
Although it may be partly true that Trinidad came out of retirement because of the adoration of his fans, he also badly wants to avenge his only setback.
He wants to talk to the coaches of each sport and see if he could compete in both.
There are a lot of physical things my son is not supposed to do because of his illness, but he's a 12-year-old boy - he wants to try anyway,'' says Irene Maldonado.
Once the figures are sculpted, Boyd colors them with alcohol dye, acrylics and wood burning, depending on the look she wants to achieve.
I'm pretty bummed out about that, because we're running for the championship, and nobody wants to give away points,'' Earnhardt said.
God wants us to live in unity and love, but there's no love in this world.
Jack Davis always takes the first run of the day, folding his lanky 6-foot-4 body into the burgundy 1967 Firebird and telling anyone who will listen he just wants to make sure everything is clicking properly.