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Isaacman, the 37-year-old billionaire founder of online payment processing provider Shift4 payments, is a private pilot who always had a hankering to go to space.Meet the Inspiration4 Team, the World's First Non-Professional Astronaut Space Crew|Jeffrey Kluger|April 23, 2021|Time
Some would no doubt keep dancing as they waited for the L train, hankering for the next episode of Morning Gloryville.The Drug-Free Breakfast Rave Is New York’s Latest Exercise Trend|Jessica Burdon|May 8, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Indeed, this is not the kind of shop that would appeal to the 50-something woman with a hankering for flash and sizzle.Fashion of a Certain Age New Website Halsbrook.com Caters to Mature Shoppers|Robin Givhan|November 4, 2012|DAILY BEAST
But Israelis and Palestinians don't vote in U.S. elections, whether they're hankering for peace or not.
Why go patrolling with a nine-millimeter pistol if you are not angrily hankering to use it?From the JetBlue Pilot to Robert Bales, Cultural Road Rage Is Everywhere|Lee Siegel|March 28, 2012|DAILY BEAST
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He had seen men in that mood before, and he had no hankering for trouble which is vastly easier to start than it is to stop.Cabin Fever|B. M. Bower
There's the widow Babbage, down to Dock: she always had a hankering for you.The Adventures of Harry Revel|Sir Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch
Anyhow Im not hankering to go pushin on with that redoubt bunch shootin holes in my back, which theyd surely do.Grapes of wrath|Boyd Cable
I have always had a hankering after this sort of life, and I find it was a true instinct of what would suit me.George Eliot's Life, Vol. I (of 3)|George Eliot
Wagner still had a hankering after imposing spectacle and brilliant choral writing.Richard Wagner|John F. Runciman