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  • Contraction of who would have.

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Examples

  • Finally, who'd've thought 80s fuzzy indie darlings the Primitives would be back on tour with a new Fortuna Pop EP?

    Live music booking now

  • Postcards sent - none yet, who'd've thought they wouldn't have been hanging out at you at every corner?

    Just a quick one, on the grounds of look! I'm logged in after all this time!

  • Also, I was surprised a few weeks ago to discover that potatoes are considered an antioxidant rich food, who'd've guessed it?

    Archive 2006-09-01

  • I mean who'd've thunk a Prius could go much over 60.

    Poor Al

  • Savion Glover - who'd've thought, another Glover - another TONY Award winning Glover (Bring in da Noise).

    DEAD ZONE

  • If you'd had a wife who'd've stood up to you you'd never got drunk and killed a man, and you wouldn't have left your family a nasty old mad vein in the middle of their foreheads, looking perfectly unChristian.

    O. Henry Memorial Award Prize Stories of 1921

  • And who'd've thought that a pesky little mosquito would essentially win this one?

    WalesOnline - Home

  • Superficially frivolous social networks driving social responsibility -- who'd've thought it?

    Fast Company

  • Gee, who'd've thunk a show about crazy lawyers would flop?

    Entertainment Weekly's PopWatch

  • They were solicitous of the feelings of the GIs who'd been going through this for four years, who'd've thrown away a trunkful of medals to have one buddy come back to life, of the thousands who had already returned, largely the wounded, and of the millions who would come home shortly to families anxious about how they'd re-adapt.

    Bats Left/Throws Right

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