1 The father of Safie had been the cause of their ruin.
2 I pursued him, and for many months this has been my task.
3 They've been living over that garage for eleven years.
4 I hadn't been looking at them, but I did now.
5 I have been glancing into some of the rooms.
6 "Oh, I've been in several things," he corrected himself.
7 That girl hadn't been invited.
8 "I told you what's been going on," said Gatsby.
9 Suppose Tom found out that Daisy had been driving.
10 I've always been glad I said that.
11 If he'd of lived he'd of been a great man.
12 A revelation, he could almost say, had been granted to him.
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13 Not seldom, it had been seen by multitudes.
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14 She might, in one of her phases, have been a prophetess.
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15 It had not been built many years and was in good repair.