theyve

they've

(ðeɪv)
contraction of they have.
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Theyve studied, identified and removed invasive species and worked to re-establish native plants in the area.
I cant stop somebody from deciding theyve heard enough and theyve done their own investigation in the sense that they read stories or whatever.
"Theyve said that I dont have to play the tour game, but obviously there is going to have to be a certain amount of time for me to get there, if it works out that way, to be able to play the first Test," Watson said.
At first, some people are a bit hesitant by the idea of mixing fruit and chocolate, but once theyve tasted it, they cannot believe how well it works.
After all, theyve been successful with these systems throughout their long, illustrious careers.
Teenagers are using e-cigarettes more than any other tobacco product, and for many, its the first time theyve tried a tobacco product at all, a new survey finds.
Everyone includes your five team riders plus your Mystery Guest if theyve arrived.
They are not just holding on what theyve got: They do continue their efforts.
State Department Spokesman Ian Kelly told reporters that the meeting is "a chance for us all to sit down once again and talk through these concerns that we all have and discuss the best means for us all to get to our common goal, and that's to make sure that Iran understands that it has obligations as well as rights, and the obligations are to provide more transparency into this nuclear program that theyve started." (end) si.aj KUNA 151003 Sep 09NNNN ***
For twenty years theyve been following the "Red Road" or the powwow trail photographing dancers against a plain brown background.
But oh, hold on, theyVe now got their Gameboys to play with.