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  • v. hadn't


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  • Since August of 2004, Hamas has participated in a cease fire, which I think in Arab is called a hadna (ph).

    CNN Transcript Feb 20, 2006

  • "You're early, man; we hadna thought to see ye before the Gathering!"

    Sick Cycle Carousel

  • "My belly felt as though I'd swallowed broken glass, and if I hadna been sitting, my knees would have knocked together."

    Sick Cycle Carousel

  • I hadna yet made up my mind whether to trust him with the rest of it, when" well, when Old Alec came tearing into the camp like the devil himself was on his tail, and Murtagh and I left the same way. "

    Sick Cycle Carousel

  • "If the cops hadna come, I would've wiped up the floor with those guys!"

    Behind-The-Scenes Tensions Abounded In Capitol Today

  • And when I told him how this loopy lad, Alan Fairford, had served me, he said I might bring an action on the case — just as if the case hadna as mony actions already as one case can weel carry.


  • Or what think ye of the brave and worthy champions of the Covenant, that wadna sae muckle as hear a minister speak, be his gifts and graces as they would, that hadna witnessed against the enormities of the day?

    The Heart of Mid-Lothian

  • And also thae gentlemen hae heard some things they suldna hae heard, an the brandy hadna been ower bauld for your brain, Major Galbraith.

    Rob Roy

  • I would have gotten away with it, too, if it hadna been for those pesky kids

    I would have gotten away with it, too, if it hadna been for those pesky kids

  • But Jo hadna ever even kissed a lass, nor his brother had, either.

    A Breath of Snow and Ashes


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