wouldnt


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would•n't

(ˈwʊd nt)
contraction of would not.
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If i knew it would get this much attention i just wouldnt have answered.
Given that the two major political parties have been rendered ridiculous by their bases and 56 percent of Americans say they wouldnt consider voting for Trump, according to a Washington Post poll released Tuesday why not a third way?
Carl Anthony Cooper Aside from the fact Im diabetic, I wouldnt buy one at Easter.
Kohli is widely seen as one of the best batsmen of his generation and even he said he wouldnt want to be facing Bumrah on surfaces like the recent Perth Test, where the cracked pitch caused variable bounce and numerous blows to the body.
But wouldnt it be great if a genuine spirit of sharing and caring swept this nation?
I look back at the successes in my career and know that I wouldnt have reached them if I hadnt built and led teams composed of highly skilled and diverse individuals, he says.
Of course, even if I do get this addition, it wouldnt be as good as it would have been organically, he said.
On meeting Queen Elizabeth, King Trump wouldnt let the 92-year-old monarch walk ahead of him.
Thank you for always being my inspiration, you have given me many adventures in game and irl, I wouldnt be where I am today and wouldnt have met so many people and experience so much without you.
"Over the years, we've seen how these exhibits act as a catalyst for projects in communities that normally wouldnt have the resources to bring in exhibits of this caliber." Host sites for each six-week exhibition will be selected based on geographic location, evidence of community support, strength of proposed ideas for supplementary events and physical event space.
Jeff Flake, who announced last year that he wouldnt run again.