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- v. To have accomplished all there is to do; to have no further work or difficulty; to have achieved a lifestyle characterized by good fortune and comfort.
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I have written out a prescription for the patient, with Dr. Penberthy’s entire agreement” — he bowed; Penberthy bowed — “I will have it made up, and you will no doubt see that it is given to him.
Tyler and have it made into a breastpin and set around with rubies and diamonds and emeralds.
She has been devoting herself especially to [coupet] shoes, & on rare occasions when she get possession of a piece of cloth, wants to cut it out and have it made the same day for the last ragged negro she saw -- exactly as Grandmama used to do.