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haven't

see under not have.
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I haven't decided what country I will visit yet; it seems as if there were so many to choose from.
If I haven't got it," he shouted, "how can I pay it?
Do you know that you haven't asked anything about your wife and children?
I haven't asked you to marry me, and if I do I won't come trying to buy you into consenting.
You that have your own horses and cabs, or drive for good masters, have a chance of getting on and a chance of doing right; I haven't.
We've always kept that `oath' of friendship we swore long ago, haven't we?
People who haven't red hair don't know what trouble is.
I haven't flirted, Mother, truly, but remembered what you said to me, and have done my very best.
I haven't seen you for so long, and I want to talk to you.
I haven't seen her," replied the Englishman, "since we were brought here.
If I explained that," she answered, "I should be telling you everything I haven't quite made up my mind to do that yet.
I know that you haven't met Miss Conyers because she has been asking about you.
Very creditable; I haven't a word to say against it," Mr.
I haven't seen a prettier picture for some time than she made of herself this morning, up to the elbows in suds, singing like a blackbird whilst she scrubbed on the back stoop.
Oh, I'm so glad--you haven't got any,' replied the Marchioness.