from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Contraction of they had.
- Contraction of they would.
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- They had.
- They would.
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But even though that might be a very rational decision in the short term they'd get a phone that just works, the long-term cost is that they'd remain on the wrong side of the digital divide -- and they might never fully realize how much opportunity they're sacrificing.
Coles copies offshore stores in its supermarket strut THEY secretly held their breath, expecting the word they'd need would be "daggy".
Rosen called two witnesses, who had pleaded guilty to being involved in selling the drugs, and testified to phone calls they'd made with Avalos and others involved.
He realized that he hadn't said a word since they'd sat down.
The Schneiders, who had been taking a White House tour with their infant daughters Nikolett and Hannah, only realized later what a close call they'd had.
Grace said ... what a terrific gift that was, and lovely placement! meanwhile, those cookies sound like they'd be quite tasty. sometimes giada's spot-on, but sometimes i'm hugely disappointed.
Her little brother eventually joined in when he was a bit older - I like to think that even if they were to lose interest, they'd still remember these special times.
When those folks visit, I never ever make anything complicated or exotic coz u know they'd never appreciate your efforts.
Count me in, they'd look great on my refrigerator: P
I really felt sure at the end that they'd be happy together.