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WISHWhole Mount in Situ Hybridization
WISHWireless Sensor Hub
WISHWireless Intranet Searching
WISHWireless Intelligent Stream Handling
WISHWashington Intern Student Housing
WISHWomen in the Senate and House
WISHWeight Institute and Surgical Healthcare (Center; Washington)
WISHWork, Invest, Shop, and Home (global business initiative)
WISHWorkforce Innovative Solutions to Homelessness (Texas)
WISHWashington Invitational Scavenger Hunt (Make-A-Wish Foundation fund raising event)
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Whilst he was sitting there, he thought of his dearest mother, and wished that one of the king's principal servants would begin to speak of her, and would ask how it was faring with the queen in the tower, and if she were alive still, or had perished.
"If I chose to go back to mother," he asked at last, "could you give me that wish?"
I do not wish to say dogmatically that the difference is irreducible; I think it highly probable that it is not.
But I have wished, and still wish earnestly, my dear count, that my life should have that last facet , after all the whimsical exhibitions I have seen myself make during fifty years.
Lecount or her master to yourself -- I wish you to arrange immediately for my residing
I wish, he said, that you would hear me as well as him, and then I shall see whether you and I agree.
"Do you wish the notary to be sent for immediately?"
'I wish,' returned, she, with a short laugh, 'that all the attractive points and desirable qualifications of the two gentlemen were united in one - that Lord Lowborough had Huntingdon's handsome face and good temper, and all his wit, and mirth and charm, or else that Huntingdon had Lowborough's pedigree, and title, and delightful old family seat, and I had him; and you might have the other and welcome.'
Gardiner; and after relating the circumstances, she thus went on:-- "I am now convinced, my dear aunt, that I have never been much in love; for had I really experiences that pure and elevating passion, I should at present detest his very name, and wish him all manner of evil.
How could I wish to make anything hard to you either by my words or conduct?
"Didn't Tip wish that he'd never swallowed one of them?
If I wish to see any part of the world or any person living, I need only express the wish and it is shown in the picture."