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wherewithal

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwherewithalwhere‧with‧al /ˈweəwɪðɔːl $ ˈwerwɪðɒːl/ noun 🔊 🔊 the wherewithal to do something
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wherewithalTwo new overarching groups were formed, each having full authority and wherewithal for engineering, assembly, and sales.It finds itself bereft of the financial wherewithal or the collective will to break free of its traditional habits.Without images, he said, there would not even be the wherewithal to talk about the death of images.So the cab has the wherewithal of a pleasant working environment.None of them have the wherewithal to conceive of a Reconciliation.Whereas conventional criminals lack the wherewithal to pay for being placed on probation, no such inability is true for corporations.
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