- should + -n't (Wiktionary)
“But they believe they're telling a smart and talented black woman whose play they love that the word shouldn't be used so many times.”
“The state's highest court ruled that Alejandrina Cabrera's name shouldn't appear on the March 13 election ballot in San Luis but didn't list a reason for the decision.”
“I slipped in that and said a word I shouldn't have.”
“The coins shouldn't have been minted, but they were.”
“Gingrich is doing it the way you shouldn't, which is a mean, nasty, transparently negative attack on Mitt Romney," says Michael Dennehy, the political director for Sen. John McCain's presidential campaign four years ago.”
“That was right after the BCS blithely ignored two of its own unwritten rules - a team must win its conference championship; the title game shouldn't be a rematch of a regular-season game - so Alabama and LSU could meet again in Super Dome.”
“The state's highest court issued its ruling Tuesday, saying Alejandrina Cabrera's name shouldn't appear on the March election ballot in San Luis.”
“That name shouldn't bring him any unnecessary attention.”
“I feel like record labels shouldn't be operated any differently than a shoe store or a bakery.”
“Even if he "forgot" it is possible- or misunderstood the terms shouldn't whoever is in charge of the parish know better?”
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