What is the past tense of have the temerity?

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The past tense of have the temerity is had the temerity.

The third-person singular simple present indicative form of have the temerity is has the temerity.

The present participle of have the temerity is having the temerity.

The past participle of have the temerity is had the temerity.

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In fact, Leviev had the temerity to lecture Namibians on what would be good for them under his tutelage.
Many at the environmental assessment meetings at least had the temerity to question the spending priorities of our governments.
When I had the temerity to refer to this survey in a newspaper column, the wrath of a very substantial and vocal lobby came down upon my head.
They even had the temerity to ask how much I earn, which I always thought was a secret between me and the Receiver of Income.
But he didn't acknowledge me at all until I had the temerity to speak, and ask a question.
Then Millwall, who had not contrived a single shot on goal, had the temerity to equalise.

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