Having in a sentence

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Ninus, the viceroy,” says Smith, “having revolted from the king of Babylon, overruns Armenia, Asia Minor, and the shores of the Euxine, as far as Tanais, subdues the Medes and Persians, and makes war upon the Bactrians.
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He writes to his sister:— “Having, at first, believed myself quite safe (the more so as I cannot think of marrying without impairing my whole scheme of mental development, and, least of all, could I think of pretending to a girl of fortune), I thought there was no danger.
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Furthermore His Holiness Jesus Christ referring to the prophecy of Isaiah, spoke of those who “having eyes, see not, having ears, hear not, having hearts, understand not,” yet they were to be healed.
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If “having ears, we hear not,” but close our minds and hearts against its voice, it will profit us nothing.
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Dr. Adams speaks of God’s “having expended upon us all which the gospel of his grace includes,” and of “the failure of that which is the brightness of his glory.
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Examples of Having

Example #1
Art was prostituted to please degraded tastes.
Example #2
Every thing was measured by the money standard.
Example #3
In the most honorable manner he broke off his visits when he became aware of his feelings for Miss Waddington.
Example #4
Bunsen became acquainted with Mr. Waddington, and was allowed to read German with his daughters.
Example #5
Therefore it is evident that the bounties of Christ transformed the eye which was blind into a seeing one, rendered the ear which was formerly deaf, attentive, and made the hard, callous heart tender and sensitive.
Example #6
All this must be accomplished through love and not through hatred and hostility.