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She was curt, almost rude to him-had some vague idea of forcing him to stay away.
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My father-your grandfather, Amy, you don't remember him-had two brothers, each of whom had an only daughter.
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Almayer in his quality of white man-as Lingard before him-had somewhat better relations with the up-river tribes.
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M. le Comte had been fortunate in securing him-had with impulsive generosity promised him ample payment-and then brought him along without delay.
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The Baron, therefore, came, to an understanding with La Motte and Sarrasin, acting for Alexander Farnese, and received the command of the infantry in the Walloon provinces, a merced of four thousand crowns a year, together with as large a slice of La Motte's hundred thousand florins for himself and soldiers, as that officer could be induced to part with. Baron Capres, whom Sarrasin-being especially enjoined to purchase him-had, in his own language, "sweated blood and water" to secure, at last agreed to reconcile himself with the King's party upon condition of receiving the government-general of Artois, together with the particular government of Hesdin-very lucrative offices, which the Viscount of Ghent then held by commission of the states-general.
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Mastor, whom he had hitherto regarded rather a useful chattel than as a human creature, now grew nearer to him-had he not been the one witness of his darling's strange disappearance.
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That good Mr. Tiralla-Heaven bless him-had given him a new two-shilling bit as a tip.
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He had never expected that Bessy would stay there with him-had perhaps, at heart, hardly wished it-and her plan of going to the Adirondacks with Miss Brent seemed to him a satisfactory alternative to the European trip she had renounced.
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The girl with the roses-ah, she had been with him-had brought him here.
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Thus it was that Lady Tynemouth, who had played the game all round according to her lights, and thought no harm of what she did, or of her weakness for Ian Stafford-of her open and rather gushing friendship for him-had an almost honest dislike to seeing him brought into close relations again with the woman who had dishonourably treated him.
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If he were, every thing else must give way; but otherwise his friend Cole had been saying so much about his dining with him-had made such a point of it, that he had promised him conditionally to come.
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It almost seemed that Lillian had brought him there to prove that she had finished with him-had cast him aside, having used him for the day's excitement as she had used her poodles, her Persian cats, her crystal-gazing.
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And unlike the Cheshire cat, he had not even left a smile behind him-had not even left Athelstan King behind him.
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The father had never felt at home with his son; David, without knowing why-and many a sorrowful hour it had cost him-had never accepted as father the man who had brought him into the world.
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You see, Robbie-that's what we called him-had been a coach with us for years before he became the Dodger manager in 1914.
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A sudden chill passed over him-had Langton taken the boat and left them to die on lonely Ducie?
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Of late these fleeting visions of the outside world-that quick, busy world, whose memories, save for those of Doris, were all but dead to him-had become more frequent; but the calm, placid happiness of his existence, and that strange, fatal glamour that for ever enwraps the minds of those who wander in the islands of the sunlit sea-as the old Spanish navigators called Polynesia-had woven its spell too strongly over his nature to be broken.
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They knew him-had been with him for years, and they collected most of his plays and put them in book form.
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Almost it might have persuaded him-had he been less practised in her wayward moods-that she had dismissed the affair from her mind.
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Supposing you, believing this, had given your life to God, and made your vow to him-had so proclaimed before men, had so lived and worked and striven!
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Examples of Him-had

Example #1
Yet every time she lost sight of him, she was in terror until she saw him again.
Example #2
But Keith was always there-and to see him was to lose all capacity for enjoyment.
Example #3
Eliza Laurance was my cousin, the only daughter of Uncle Henry Laurance.
Example #4
Both these girls were called Eliza after your great-grandmother.
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Yet even his excursions were not without danger, and his returns were eagerly looked for by the impatient Lakamba.
Example #6
And so the wildest exaggerations are built up and added to on the slight basis of that fact.