American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- abbr. Her (or His) Excellency
- abbr. high explosive
- abbr. His Eminence
“When McCain shows me HE understands Iraq, I might, as I said, MIGHT think he has some room to talk about Barack's ideas on Iraq.”
“That makes sense, Obama wins twice as many states as her, and he wins many of his by huge landslides, and HE is the weak candidate.”
“He simply wants to make his own laws and regs as HE sees fit and to fit HIS ideas.”
“If I'd been on Newsnight last night I'd be asking Paxman about his 1 million + salary the books he writes (just where do the profits go on those sales by the way?) and does HE think that people on minimum wage should be funding his lifestyle (and his Polish housekeeper) under threat of prison?”
“I've just wondered if he is old enough and mature enough to understand the implications of what he has grasped--that if I don't control him, HE has to; that obeying is not the same as being controlled; that "when we obtain any ablessing from God, it is by bobedience to that law upon which it is predicated.”
“He climbed the tree himself, branch broke, and HE ended up with both wrists borked.”
“But I called my husband, and he told me HE needed me to sleep, SHE needed me to sleep.”
“She remembered that he had boasted of having no fear of seeing Mr. Darcy — that Mr. Darcy might leave the country, but that HE should stand his ground; yet he had avoided the Netherfield ball the very next week.”
“He suggested a fine, and offered a fowl and her eggs; but wishing that the thief alone should be punished, it was advised that HE should be found and fined.”
“Affairs of Yemen, during which he handed over a letter from HE”
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