might've

might've

(ˈmaɪtəv)
contraction of
might have
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"So what was really nice was that anyone that might've had a preconceived idea of me could see who I really was and then really make their mind up.
So if you, like us, go trend spotting on Instagram, you might've noticed what we've been seeing on our feeds: according to Pakistani celebs, yellow seems to be the 'it' colour of spring/summer 2019 whether it's bold, bright or pastel.
Not only did Golden State blow a 31-point lead and lose 135-131 at home, they might've lost DeMarcus Cousins for the remainder of the 2019 NBA playoffs.
If the perception was that Ongpin might've been complaining to Ysmael that Top of the Alpha wasn't making money, there were also comments from friends who've been there that 'It's pricey.'
"From where I stand, 1 look at co-working and flex space operators as taking space that might've been hard to lease otherwise," LaRusso said.
"Nah we didn't see it, some of the guys might've but I didn't, he hasn't really said too much.
) ISLAMABAD ndash Fearing that he might've come on too strong with his message to Malaysian Prime Minister Dr Mahathir Mohammad, Prime Minister Imran Khan emphasised close and cordial" relations were to be between Malaysia and Pakistan, Radio Pakistan reported.
However, he didn't consider he might've won as he bought his ticket while working in Sligo He said: "When I heard of the four winners I never twigged it might be me as I live a fair bit away.
Ross and Evan weigh in on what the SCOTUS confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh might mean for Texas electorally, and whether it's inspiring Republicans to get out and vote in races where they might've been unenthusiastic before.
Hunting for survival might've fallen by the wayside, but a Virginia charity is finding ways to use this time-tested strategy to feed the hungry.
I had a little coming together with Alex at the end, it might've been my fault but it just stopped me dead."