from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- Contraction of he will.
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- phrase he
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There's only one label he'll acknowledge he's striving for.
Alabama should send Saban on his way because simple college football history in modern times says this is the last national title he'll win for them.
He will definitely play in the Community Shield and that will be a test but in the long term he'll be fine.
Mr. Coker takes Rubio at his word that he'll resist any effort to get him on the ticket.
Litton, of course, will be working both nights but he scoffs at the idea he'll be feeling any jet lag from his transatlantic adventures.
Obama hasn't spent as much time in the Windy City as was initially expected at the outset of his term but he'll make up for some of that Wednesday evening at a fundraiser packed with local glitterati.
He's just scared that if she leaves, he'll take her place as the cuckoo fundamentalist who places dogmatic adherence to biblical and religious tenets over objective, rational, thoughtful attention to scientific and other evidence.
He won't talk to her because he's afraid that he'll either like her or do something he'll regret more than not talking to her. mw
I suppose we can file this under "keep your friends close and your enemies closer" though .... with an SS team surrounding him, he'll have a hard time escaping when the time comes to man-up and hold him accountable.
The Attorney General knows that he'll probably find the Governor at a job interview in the not to distant future.