and will are two of the English modal
verbs. They have various
of propositions about
the ****ure, in what is usually...
- singular. The prin****l English modal verbs
are can, could, may, might, must, shall
, should, will and would. Certain other verbs
are sometimes, but not always...
- "We shall fight
on the beaches" is a common title given
to a speech delivered
by Winston Churchill
to the House
of the Parliament
of the United...
- Q1 Q2 Q3 C Shall
thee to a summer’s day? Thou art more lovely
and more temperate: Rough winds
buds of May, And summer’s...
- "This too shall
p****" (Persian: این نیز بگذرد, translit. īn nīz bogzarad, Hebrew: גַּם זֶה יַעֲבֹר, translit. gam zeh yaʻavor, Turkish: bu da geçer...
- p****age a single
commandment, the full text reads: You shall
your neighbor's house. You shall
your neighbor's wife, or his male or female...
- "They shall
not p****" (French: On ne p****e pas !; Spanish: ¡No pasarán!; Romanian: Pe aici nu se trece!) is a slogan
used to express determination
not be suspended, unless
of rebellion—that no bill of attainder, or ex post facto
be p****ed—that no title
of nobility shall
- law. Shall
-issue with limited discretion
is a subset
that borders between
-issue and may-issue policy...
- "Nessun dorma" (Italian: [nesˌsun ˈdɔrma]; English: "None shall
sleep") is an aria from the final
act of Giacomo
Puccini's opera Turandot
and one of the...