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|The Simple English Wiktionary has a definition for: will.|
Will could mean:
- Will (modal verb)
- Shall and will, comparison of the two verbs
- Will (law), a legal document that explains the last wishes of someone after they die, such as what they want to happen to their money and their things.
- Living will, a legal document that explains the desires of the author with regard to medical decisions when they are unable to act on their own behalf.
- Will (philosophy), is the part of us that makes conscious choices and actions.
- Free will, is the theory that every person can decide what to do freely.
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