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“After all, as you know well, man is a flux of states of consciousness, a flow of passing thoughts, each thought of self another self, a myriad thoughts, a myriad selves, a continual becoming but never being, a will-of-the-wisp flitting of ghosts in ghostland.”
“Spending huge amounts of money chasing some will-of-the-wisp idea about MMR vaccine and autism, when that hypothesis (tenuous to begin with) has already been comprehensively debunked, means that same amount of money is not available to examine more friutful avenues of research.”
“Hope glimmers, yet I know a "full request" depends on the will-of-the-wisp all the same.”
“Ah, those will-of-the-wisp days of Broadway, when we used to go to see shows like "Roar of the Greasepaint, Smell of the Crowd" with Anthony Newley.”
“The possibility that he might be following a will-of-the-wisp infuriated the Cimmerian.”
“Last Man but it always turns out to be a will-of-the-wisp.”
“In 427 the first mention was made of the will-of-the-wisp which in time led Athens to her ruin.”
“He is a kind of a will-of-the-wisp, a little something of a devil, and from top to toe a great rogue.”
“Be he man, will-of-the-wisp, or the devil Beelzebub in person, I bid him defiance.”
“Always she seemed fluttering just ahead of him, like a will-of-the-wisp.”
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