from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Contraction of who will.
- Contraction of who shall.
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- Who shall.
- Who will.
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One media agency insider says: There's not one client on the planet who'll disclose his own ignorance about rebates, but most haven't got a clue.
To those who'll plead for time for the government to get things working – don't let the government take over health care.
Spector is caving in to anyone who'll save his butt and job.
New York needs real leadership, not some blow-in-the-wind mouthpiece who'll say and do anything to get elected.
Class act all around (sarcasm) – I guess that's one less person who'll be running for the GOP in 2012.
Hmm. I wonder who'll be in the super bowl in 2 years.
And Bailey, who'll work Saturday's Belmont coverage, admits jockeys sometimes feel they don't get enough credit: "I suppose we wouldn't be human if we didn't feel that way occasionally."
"They really need to bring in fresh students who'll be able to pay for four years," Melguizo says of many tuition-driven private institutions.
He can continue that way, as if he's unruffled by an Austin interloper who'll do himself in with his mouth or get done in by good oppo.
More often than not, it is someone who's making a difference, and who'll welcome the help .