The new willed
body facility will also include video cameras which allow the campus Police Department and the program to track donated bodies from the time they arrive at the loading dock, the Times said.
Finally, in King John the question of whether Elizabeth had the right to "will" her crown to a successor is implicated in the contending royal claims of John (willed
the throne by Richard I) and Arthur (who claimed the throne by primogeniture).
And when life cruelly cut him down at age 53, he was buried exactly where he had willed
it--a few hundred yards up the road from the high school field on which he had learned the game.
Old approaches focus on punishing the weak willed
. This follows the antiquated behaviorist principle that negative reinforcement extinguishes bad behavior.
Any monies willed
to a tax-exempt charity reduce the amount of your estate (which over $600,000 is subject to a heavy federal, and usually state, tax).
Finally for Christmas I got six, three red, three white, all-in-a-row to drive where I willed
on the balcony, but soon I forgot them and next Noel gave them away to a real child .
Iron - willed
, grasping Colonel Pyncheon obtained the desirable land on which he built the pretentious House of the Seven Gables by accusing its humble owner, one Matthew Maule, of witchcraft.
Brain activity of that length is probably sparked by a willed
intention, says Jung.
Fajardo showed why he's the most dominant player in the league today as he willed
San Miguel Beer past Magnolia to a historic fifth straight All-Filipino title on Wednesday night after a 72-71 Game 7 squeaker.
Bernard of Clairvaux, he observes that relatively few people make a serious effort to give up deliberately willed
venial sins and even fewer grow into heroic virtue and live as saints.
me to succeed sometimes even in my lowest moments.
Sir Algernon remarks about Wilde's most unusual name, Oscar Fingal O'Flahertie Wills Wilde and records that at university and later, Wilde's surname was pronounced Willed