Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • Contraction of he is: He's going to school today.
  • Contraction of he has: He's already been to the museum.

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  • He is
  • He has

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Examples

  • As Mr. Muhly made clear back in June and again in a recent phone interview, it's a label he's impatient to put behind him.

    All in a Day's Work, Polygamy Included

  • Still, it's a label he's keen to un-stick, even if he accepts that's a largely impossible task.

    The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed

  • Sparked co-founder Jacob Colker calls this micro-volunteering, a term he's trying to coin.

    CNET News.com

  • Here in visceral HD was an example of TV sport's ability both to bring people together – forging such cross-cultural treasures as the Sri Lankan Russell Arnold picking up the phrase "he's a goner!" from our own dear David Lloyd – and also to fuel the most quiveringly overwrought nationalistic display.

    India's future is so bright they gotta wear shades | Barney Ronay

  • I haven't a word he's said since shortly after the game began, so I suispect his microphone may not be working.29 min: Apologies - just having some inexplicable technical difficulties, which I think were related to the preview video, which I've now removed.

    Rugby World Cup 2011: Ireland v Wales - live! | Barry Glendenning

  • But in the Huffington Post, Dan Kennedy deconstructs Romney's words and finds if to be "cynical, dishonest":When you hear moderates and liberals describe Romney as the most acceptable of the Republican candidates something I've said myself, it is based on the notion that he doesn't believe a word he's saying.

    New Hampshire primary reaction: Mitt Romney versus the zombies

  • People have their own little quirks and preferences about what they want signed and how, though few sink as low as the guy - I can't remember his name he's such a complete and utter loser - whose shtick is to invite writers to hurl inscribed abuse at him in his copies of their work.

    NYT > Home Page

  • This year, he wants to have a different world name, and that's the name he's going with.

    NPR Topics: News

  • It may be time to go and retire, a word he's not comfortable even saying.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • CHEF Ben Moss is used to being known as a 'parsnip', a name he's had since he started his vegetarian cookery company The Parsnipship nearly five years ago.

    WalesOnline - Home

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