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He was convinced he could win if he willed it enough.
She sat silently, willing him to continue.
I willed myself not to respond to his ridiculous claims.
The estate had been willed to his favorite granddaughter.
Consider, if you will, the position of women in Afghanistan.
It's relaxation; another form of meditation, if you will.
"Tyrant," "bully" – call him what you will – we couldn't do the job without him.
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