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Jane, whereas John had had "had," had had "had had;" "had had" had had the teacher's approval.
The following e-mail response was sent out: Whew!! Alright, smart-alek, I can beat you by three (but only by piggy-backing on yours). Fourteen "had"s are made thusly:
Another student in the class was named Hadley, whose best friend (also in the class) was coincidentally named Hadley. Hadley (the first) made the same mistake as Jack, but Hadley (the second) got it right, garnering Hadley's (the first's) approval. So:
While Had had had "had," Had had had "had had;" "had had" had had Had nodding in approval.