(1) For it is the truth of my heart, dearest Lady, that thou hast inspired in me that which I had thought long lost, and whither it had scarpered I wot not.(2) we could drive whither we pleased(3) whither are we bound?(4) One finds oneself walking mechanically to the tower of Belvedere Castle whither all other park visitors have gravitated like the ghouls in ├ö├ç├┐Night of the Living Dead.├ö├ç├û(5) That the opera's third act, with its customs office, had to be relocated to the Franco-Belgian border, whither the tubercular and penniless Mimi could hardly have dragged herself, is the least of its problems.(6) whither modern architecture?(7) But if we thought we were going to wander whither we pleased we were soon disillusioned.(8) In 1831-2 Charlotte was at Miss Wooler's school at Roe Head, whither she returned as a teacher in 1835-8, and where she met her two close friends, Ellen Nussey and Mary Taylor.(9) It is with such knowledge in mind that famous practitioners of the historical novel, such as AS Byatt, have asked lately, whither the historical novel now?(10) The steady click, click, click of things falling into place became a flow and I went whither it would lead.(11) They will see that they have laboured for the wind, when, at death, they find the profit of their labour is all gone like the wind, they know not whither .(12) they asked people whither they would emigrate(13) When they emerge from it, I believe, they will have to give some serious thought to what their country is and whither it is heading.(14) And that brings me to my next question: whither blogs?(15) Time then to ask the pertinent question - whither this development?(16) At least Kaisa has his address in Oslo, whither she flies, dressed in a smart black business suit, and promptly rents a flashy new car with which to impress Tomas (claiming it as her own).