would've

would've

(ˈwʊdəv)
contraction of
would have
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And that was the worst that would've happened to him if - "
And we would've gotten away with it if it wasn't for you meddling kids!"
I've known some of these women who get injured to just tape it up and go back in, when some men would've gone to the locker room and called it a day."
When I set out to get it done, I also didn't do what some people would've done.
IF HE HAD JUST STUCK TO REPORTING THE NEWS EXACTLY AS DONALD RUMSFELD TELL US, NONE OF THIS WOULD'VE HAPPENED.
Five of the firms' staffers would've made our list of Top-Producing Residential Real Estate Agents.
"That would've been a terrible ordeal for the victims' families.
New York likely would've also had to move Cano to first base or DH since Didi Gregorius and Gleyber Torres are expected to occupy the Yankees' middle infield for the next few years.
Shooting guard Matthew Wright, who returned from a one-game suspension along with Japeth Aguilar, believed that had the fans were present, Gilas would've made an even bigger run.
No disrespect to Christian Standhardinger but Japeth Aguilar would've been a better choice to join Stanley Pringle, Troy Rosario and RR Pogoy on the Philippine team that finished No.
District 37 officials asked voters to approve a request to establish a "debt service extension base" of $500,000, starting in 2018 and running for "all subsequent levy years." That would've enabled the district to sell bonds without going to referendum, but limited the principal and interest it could levy against taxpayers to repay those bonds.
"If it would've fallen on his head it would've knocked him clean out, so it doesn't bear thinking about what could've happened to Polly."
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