from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Contraction of she is: She's going away for the weekend.
- Contraction of she has: She's been to the symphony twice this month.
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- she is
- she has
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"If Olympia Snowe wins nomination for another term she's close to unbeatable," PPP President Dean Debnam said in a release in November.
Nina can't believe that he choose the fabric for the second look, out of everything available at Mood, it's horrendous, actually she sounds out the word she's so disgusted - "ha-rend-us."
But he hasn't heard a word she's said, and before she can say another word, he has fled the room and all she hears are his feet sprinting down the hall.
The American public won't understand a word she's saying.
Yet Bening, nominated three times before without winning, is considered Hollywood royalty without a title she's married to Warren Beatty, the Oscar-winning director of "Reds".
I don't understand a single French word she's saying but the message is clear: "Don't take my picture or I will take your camera."
Laughs He's startled and annoyed by the idea she's even on Facebook, so he feels there's no confidence in confidentially anymore.
She's the same old Cheryl Cole as she's ever been, except her hair is much bigger and for some reason I can't understand a single word she's saying any more.
She seems to be quite good at quickly saying - backwards - any word she's given.
The NIA audience had been admiring and there's much about Keys to admire: she's a trained pianist who writes and produces for both herself and others, and has a beautiful voice to boot; in short, she's a musician, not an entertainer.