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her

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishherher1 /ə, hə; strong hɜː $ ər, hər strong hɜːr/ ●●● S1 W1 determiner [possessive form of ‘she’]  1 WOMANOWNbelonging to or connected with a woman, girl, or female animal that has already been mentioned She looked at her watch. Her room was pleasant and airy. She makes her own clothes.2 SANTT old-fashioned connected with a country, ship, car etc that has already been mentioned Her top speed is about 110 miles an hour.
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her ownOne woman washes the goddess' feet while another examines her own.She saw her own blood spurting as the lamb's must have spurted out.Barbara, 60, from Widnes, has always made her own clothes, originally to save cash and then out of habit.Zsa Zsa Gabor brought her own hairdresser.But Iritnefert had been found by the river, outside the compound; and Neferukhebit in her own home.She led her own, isolated sort of life.Why couldn't Maggie have shown a bit more interest in something other than her own relationship with Moira?She is a Labour member of Darlington council but promises to keep her own views out of the campaign.
herher2 ●●● S1 W1 pronoun [object form of ‘she’]  1 WOMANused to refer to a woman, girl, or female animal that has already been mentioned or is already known about Jane? I don’t really know her. Margaret wants me to go with her. Give her the keys. I think it was her, but I’m not sure.2 SANTT old-fashioned used to refer to a country, ship, car etc that has already been mentioned God bless this ship and all who sail in her.
Examples from the Corpus
herI owe her $25.Where did you meet her?There's a picture of her in here.
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