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want

[wänt]
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Since when was it gospel that a person deserves something simply by virtue of them wanting it so much?
"Becoming the Woman God Wants me to Be" is invaluable reading for Christian women wanting to embrace the divine.
Wanting and liking are separate urges controlled by different cerebral circuits and, when combined at once, the impact on the brain is especially powerful, relate researchers from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.
Anyone wanting to take a look at the wanted page can do so by visiting www.lancashire.police.uk and following the links.
Singh continually makes vague assurances on the CTBT like, "At the end of the day, Strobe, you will not find us wanting." Of course, in the end Strobe did find them wanting, and so from an outsider's perspective, and admittedly with the benefit of hindsight, this looks as much like Indian strategy as good faith.
It all boils down to really valuing people's opinions and truly wanting them empowered, not just giving it lip service.