How to use Wills in a sentence
“This inflection point we have right now in the ecosystem is causing everybody, advertisers and publishers alike, to reevaluate the way that it works for them,” Wills said.Publisher ad alliances get a new look as cookie changes loom | Max Willens | April 5, 2021 | Digiday
I doubt Wills feels it is disgusting for pro-life activists to register voters at anti-abortion protests.
If you hold to it, you will conquer Rome and own the world, if Allah Wills.
And she is the daughter of two proud, accomplished women who have succeeded in life by asserting our Wills on the world.
To be safe, volunteers are strongly advised to make Wills and have their business in order before going on any mission.
He announces a lot of things, he pretty much Wills things into existence.
Man by nature is degraded, because he is chargeable with original and actual sin, and because he Wills not to obey God.The Ordinance of Covenanting | John Cunningham
The principal ground on which Wills are attacked is feebleness of mind, lack of mental capacity.
Married women can make Wills like their husbands and so can a minor in many states.
Suppose a person makes several Wills, which one of them is effective?
He Wills that each tender human plant be nourished and cherished until well fitted to fill its place and calling in life.The value of a praying mother | Isabel C. Byrum
British Dictionary definitions for Wills
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
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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