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Contraction of have: I've been invited.

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contraction of
have: I've; you've.

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contraction of have: I've got it.
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Alone on a plinth, past which all the mourners were filing, sat Kermit the frog, his head drooping and a sign around his neck reading: ""I''ve lost my voice."" Grown men read it and wept.
You have seen a world-class performance, probably one of the best individual performances I''ve seen at Anfield - and I''ve been playing here a long time,Gerrard said.
Huddersfield Town commercial director Sean Jarvis said: "We''ve enjoyed working with them so far and the feedback we''ve received about their service has been fantastic.
"I''ve had really good support on the internet on Twitter and on the phone," said Pacheco, "And I need to say thank-you to every Liverpool fan who has been following me during my loan at Norwich.
We moved from London back to the North East to be near family, and we quickly fitted in to a network of new friends who''ve been a big help along the way.
Bruce said: I think we''ve trained maybe once or twice properly in the last couple of weeks and that''s just not good enough when you''re talking about athletes and footballers being in their best condition.
I''''ve got a studio manager who takes care of everything and my main involvement now is over the phone if I''''m needed to deal with anything.
Whether you''ve got better grades than expected, wondering whether your three Cs are enough, or unsure you''ve made the right choice, then Beth can help point you in the right direction.
I''ve lived through two world wars, I''ve seen Lloyd George speaking from the balcony of Llangefni Town Hall, and I can even remember the days when Anglesey Council was well managed and run by selfless councillors who received no pay.
I''m the first to admit I''ve had my ups and downs, and I don''t need anyone to tell me when I''ve had a bad patch, I know myself and I''m the one who puts it right.