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Please explain to me the meaning of the phrase "now it has"in the following dialogue. Is it a grammar structure?Thank you.
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What was meant to be, Nick,
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was that you would have got a job
and moved out years ago.
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I was just waiting for the right job
to come along. Now it has.
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Really? Something taxing, I expect.
I was waiting for the right job to come along. Now it (the right job) has (come along).
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