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- Said when you hand something over to someone or do a favour to them, usually to draw the recipient's attention to the exchange; Equivalent to “thank you” when receiving something.
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I accept I need to marry, but have lit-tie time for the marriage mart nor liking for chits with hay for wits, and here you are — a lady of my own class I’ve known for forever, and you’re still unmarried. Perfect”
“But here you are our guests, and I know the Imallin has already made provisions to return you to your own world and your own places.”
And here you are already, Agent Phelps, just as I was about to lift the phone and call.