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will in Law topic

willwill3 verb  1 [transitive]CAUSE to try to make something happen by thinking about it very hardwill somebody to do something She was willing herself not to cry.2 [transitive + to]SCLGIVE to officially give something that you own to someone else after you die3 [intransitive, transitive] old useWANT to want something to happen The King wills it.→ See Verb table
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willOne wonders, given the present unionist leadership, if it ever will.Which we will, in a moment.As the Internet gathers pace, so too will its impact on the political scene.In future, the link between them will no doubt be found.Only when they have reached stalemate with the bank will the ombudsman then consider a claim.Wilson established a fine collection of artworks, which he willed to Peale's Museum.