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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Summary: If you are an Apple fan and planning to buy the latest iPhones that were released last week, here's how you can get hold of one for free, well almost free.
Here's how: The blades and handles of the scissors are the bars of two levers, and the screw connecting them is the fulcrum.
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HERE'S HOW: If you've scorched your skin take a bowl of cold live yoghurt, add the puree of half a cucumber for extra cooling and apply to the affected areas.
Here's how. When you type certain words into the box on bing.com, you're taken to a results page.
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."
Here's how I'd answer these all-important questions.
Here's how such a study would work, according to Ron Stall of the Center for AIDS Prevention Studies at the University of California, San Francisco, one of the wisest voices in prevention research.
HERE'S HOW: Heat the glue gun and place a blob on the back of each sea life shape.
Feathers, stickers, pictures of Easter eggs cut out of magazines, chicks or fake flowers HERE'S HOW YOU DO IT: 1.
HERE'S HOW TO TELL IF YOU HAVE A BAD FLAME SENSOR ...
All good writers dramatize the tension created by the protagonists' good and bad qualities." Here's how Shakespeare is different and, usually, better.