here's how

here's how

A phrase used at the end of a toast, similar to "cheers." Speaker: "So congratulations again to my little brother and his new bride. May you have a lifetime of happiness. Here's how!" Audience: "Here's how!"
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Here's the dough we started with, here's what we did with it, here's how much that's left--and so on.
Here's how to put together a subject line that works.
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We made a mistake, but here's how we're going to fix it.
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