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-  Had measles when he was eight
-  Had measles when she was eight
-  Hairdressing...
-  Half a loaf is better than no bread
-  Hammer on...
-  Hand in a blank paper
-  Handcuff someone
-  Handle a lot of money
-  Handle someone with kid gloves
-  Handpicked
-  Hands off!
-  Hands up!
-  Hang on a minute!
-  Hang one's head
-  Happen constantly
-  Happy birthday!
-  Happy Easter!
-  Happy New Year!
-  Hard luck!
-  Hardly anybody went to see her show
-  Hardly anybody went to see his show
-  Hardly have time to come up for air
-  Haul someone over the coals
-  Have a bad lock
-  Have a bad opinion of someone
-  Have a bad reputation
-  Have a barbecue
-  Have a bath
-  Have a beard
-  Have a bit on the side
-  Have a black eye
-  Have a black mark on one's hands
-  Have a blackout
-  Have a cash-iron stomach
-  Have a cavity
-  Have a chat
-  Have a church wedding
-  Have a clean record
-  Have a cold sore
-  Have a completely different point of view
-  Have a crew cut
-  Have a critical mind
-  Have a crush on someone
-  Have a deadpan sense of humour
-  Have a dependent father
-  Have a dependent mother
-  Have a different point of view
-  Have a dirty mind
-  Have a dream
-  Have a drink
-  Have a facial
-  Have a field day
-  Have a film before one's eyes
-  Have a finger in every pie
-  Have a fixation
-  Have a fixation about something
-  Have a fixed-term contract
-  Have a foot in the grave
-  Have a frog in one's throat
-  Have a fruit cocktail
-  Have a go on a seasaw
-  Have a go on a swing
-  Have a good conversation
-  Have a good ear
-  Have a good ear for music
-  Have a good eyesight
-  Have a good future
-  Have a good grounding in...
-  Have a good head for maths
-  Have a good head on one's shoulders
-  Have a good holiday!
-  Have a good idea
-  Have a good journey!
-  Have a good lock
-  Have a good memory
-  Have a good name
-  Have a good nose for a bargain
-  Have a good opinion of someone
-  Have a good reputation
-  Have a good vacation!
-  Have a great time
-  Have a green thumb
-  Have a hangdog expression
-  Have a hangover
-  Have a hard time of it
-  Have a head injury
-  Have a heart attack
-  Have a heart condition
-  Have a heart of gold
-  Have a heart of stone
-  Have a heart-to-heart
-  Have a hearty appetite
-  Have a heavy heart
-  Have a hollow back
-  Have a hot flash
-  Have a hot flush
-  Have a hot meal
-  Have a house built
-  Have a jam-session
-  Have a keen sense of smell
-  Have a lamp in one's throat
-  Have a lie-in
-  Have a lisp
-  Have a long arm
-  Have a lot of difficulty...
-  Have a lot of difficulty doing something
-  Have a lot of difficulty finding something
-  Have a lot of influence with someone
-  Have a lot of things to do
-  Have a memory like an elephant
-  Have a mental block
-  Have a moral dilemma
-  Have a natural affinity with someone
-  Have a nosebleed
-  Have a pain
-  Have a passion for something
-  Have a permanent contract
-  Have a point
-  Have a potbelly
-  Have a prawn cocktail
-  Have a private conversation with someone
-  Have a quiet wedding
-  Have a raging fever
-  Have a rambling conversation
-  Have a romantic candlelit dinner
-  Have a row with someone
-  Have a sense of belonging to...
-  Have a sense of belonging to a nation
-  Have a sense of humour
-  Have a sense of rhythm
-  Have a short memory
-  Have a shower
-  Have a skeleton in the cupboard
-  Have a small get-together
-  Have a splitting headache
-  Have a squint
-  Have a stag party
-  Have a stroke
-  Have a stutter
-  Have a subject down pat
-  Have a subscription to a paper
-  Have a successful career
-  Have a sweet tooth
-  Have a swim
-  Have a talent for...
-  Have a tendency to embroider the truth
-  Have a thin skin
-  Have a tooth out
-  Have a venomous tongue
-  Have a very good name
-  Have a very good reputation
-  Have a wash and brushup
-  Have a way
-  Have a weak heart
-  Have a whale of a time
-  Have a wild time
-  Have a will of iron
-  Have a working knowledge of a language
-  Have Aids
-  Have all the time in the world
-  Have already committed several crimes
-  Have an abortion
-  Have an abundance of something
-  Have an accident
-  Have an accurate eye
-  Have an ace in the hole
-  Have an ace up one's sleeve
-  Have an action replay
-  Have an affair with someone
-  Have an affluent lifestyle
-  Have an analytical mind
-  Have an aperitif
-  Have an ax to grind
-  Have an axe to grind
-  Have an easy life
-  Have an hourglass figure
-  Have an iron constitution
-  Have an iron hand in a velvet glove
-  Have an obsessive fear of illness
-  Have an operation
-  Have arthritis
-  Have as many medals as...
-  Have bad breath
-  Have bags under one's eyes
-  Have bats in the belfry
-  Have been given an advantage over...
-  Have been lucky
-  Have been very lucky
-  Have blind faith in someone
-  Have blinkers on
-  Have both feet on the ground
-  Have brains to spare
-  Have breast cancer
-  Have bushy eyebrows
-  Have butterflies in one's stomach
-  Have cable
-  Have casual jobs
-  Have clannishness
-  Have come to a dead end
-  Have comfortable seats
-  Have completely messed up one's weekend
-  Have control over...
-  Have control over one's pupils
-  Have dependent children
-  Have diarrhoea
-  Have difficulty doing something
-  Have difficulty making ends meet
-  Have difficulty pulling oneself together
-  Have dinner together
-  Have done the bulk of it
-  Have done time
-  Have egg on one's face
-  Have electric heating
-  Have energy to spare
-  Have eyes like a hawk
-  Have fallen out with someone
-  Have family ties in a region
-  Have family ties somewhere
-  Have gone bad
-  Have good circulation
-  Have good memories of someone
-  Have good memories of something
-  Have good ratings
-  Have goosepimples
-  Have got a bad chest infection
-  Have got a bee in one's bonnet about...
-  Have got a bee in one's bonnet about saving energy
-  Have got a better idea
-  Have got a big mouth
-  Have got a bit of a head
-  Have got a chip on one's shoulder
-  Have got a class
-  Have got a cold in the head
-  Have got a cut over one's eye
-  Have got a fifty-fifty chance of pulling through
-  Have got a gut feeling about something
-  Have got a hangover
-  Have got a little place at the seaside
-  Have got a lot to do
-  Have got a nerve
-  Have got a pain in one's lower back
-  Have got a screw loose
-  Have got a sore throat
-  Have got another think coming
-  Have got ants in one's pants
-  Have got bronchitis
-  Have got class
-  Have got dark hair
-  Have got good anticipation
-  Have got loads of hang-ups
-  Have got measles
-  Have got middle-age spread
-  Have got money in the bank
-  Have got one's hands full
-  Have got other fish to fry
-  Have got personality problems
-  Have got pins and needles in one's legs
-  Have got pots of money
-  Have got pull
-  Have got some paperwork to do
-  Have got some urgent business to deal with
-  Have got some work to do
-  Have got someone under one's skin
-  Have got something in the pipeline
-  Have got the complete set of...
-  Have got two left feet
-  Have green fingers
-  Have had...
-  Have had an accident
-  Have had enough
-  Have had enough of...
-  Have had more than enough
-  Have had more than enough of...
-  Have happy memories of someone
-  Have happy memories of something
-  Have heartburn
-  Have highlights put in one's hair
-  Have hot flashes
-  Have hot flushes
-  Have influence with someone
-  Have it both ways
-  Have it together
-  Have its advantages
-  Have keen hearing
-  Have kidney stone problems
-  Have known someone long
-  Have loads of hang-ups
-  Have lost one's voice
-  Have lots of classmates
-  Have lots of playmates
-  Have lots of school friends
-  Have lung cancer
-  Have money to burn
-  Have more than one string to one's bow
-  Have nerves of steel
-  Have nightmares
-  Have no cause for alarm
-  Have no choice
-  Have no control over...
-  Have no money
-  Have no proof
-  Have Nordic looks
-  Have not eaten a thing for two days
-  Have not got a chance
-  Have not got the ghost of a chance
-  Have nothing to read
-  Have nuclear weapons
-  Have one for the road
-  Have one of one's good days
-  Have one of one's off days
-  Have one too many
-  Have one's appendix out
-  Have one's back to the wall
-  Have one's hair brushed back
-  Have one's case dismissed for lack of evidence
-  Have one's day
-  Have one's driving licence suspended
-  Have one's driving licence suspended for a year
-  Have one's driving licence suspended for one year
-  Have one's flying
-  Have one's flying before getting married
-  Have one's hair done by someone
-  Have one's hair in a bob
-  Have one's head in the clouds
-  Have one's radio on full blast
-  Have one's serve broken
-  Have one's serve broken at the outset
-  Have one's shoulder tattooed
-  Have one's tonsils out
-  Have other fish to fry
-  Have permission to do something
-  Have poor circulation
-  Have private lessons
-  Have raging toothache
-  Have reached breaking point
-  Have reservations about something
-  Have respect for someone
-  Have rings under one's eyes
-  Have rotten luck
-  Have run out of arguments
-  Have satellite TV
-  Have school meals
-  Have seen worse
-  Have several irons in the fire
-  Have several world records on one's credit
-  Have shadows under one's eyes
-  Have so much success
-  Have someone stay for dinner
-  Have someone stay for lunch
-  Have something at the back of one's mind
-  Have something to eat
-  Have something to eat first!
-  Have spent all day filing
-  Have sticky fingers
-  Have still not been found
-  Have style
-  Have surplus goods
-  Have tax problems
-  Have the advantage
-  Have the advantage over...
-  Have the best of both worlds
-  Have the blues
-  Have the choice
-  Have the collywobbles
-  Have the exclusive right to something
-  Have the game in one's hands
-  Have the gift of the gab
-  Have the giggles
-  Have the hiccups
-  Have the jitters
-  Have the knack of doing something
-  Have the last word
-  Have the lead over someone
-  Have the makings of a leader
-  Have the patience of a saint
-  Have the patience of Job
-  Have the police on one's tail
-  Have the time of one's life
-  Have the time of one's lives
-  Have things in common
-  Have time on one's hands
-  Have to retire
-  Have uncomfortable seats
-  Have violent stomach pains
-  Have you bought enough...?
-  Have you eaten enough?
-  Have you gone out of your mind?
-  Have you lost your tongue?
-  Have your cake and eat it
-  He always press the flesh
-  He asked me out on a date
-  He belted her one
-  He belted him one
-  He bored the pants off the doctor!
-  He brought the house down!
-  He came out with a good one!
-  He came towards me
-  He can't help sticking his oar in
-  He can't hold a candle to her
-  He can't keep his hands to himself
-  He can't see a thing with his glasses
-  He can't see beyond the end of his noise
-  He caused havoc in the classroom!
-  He contradicts people for the sake of it
-  He couldn't help...
-  He cut her to the quick
-  He cut him to the quick
-  He definitely said that he wouldn't come!
-  He did it in the twinkling of an eye
-  He did not exactly overexert himself doing his homework!
-  He did not take long to retaliate!
-  He didn't budge an inch
-  He didn't let her off lightly!
-  He didn't let him off lightly!
-  He does not know any more about it
-  He does occasionally...



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