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haven't

see under not have.
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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.
If I haven't got it," he shouted, "how can I pay it?
I haven't the least idea what you're talking about,' said Alice.
She is right," said the man; "I own myself beaten and powerless; I confess I haven't the strength to take it from her;" and he let go his hold of her.
In the first place, I haven't left my father; I am much too fond of him.
Dear Mother--I am off in a day or two to visit some new country; I haven't yet decided which.
It's something that most artists haven't been indifferent to.
I haven't seen you for so long, and I want to talk to you.
Trying his pockets] I really haven't any change--Stop: here's three hapence, if that's any use to you [he retreats to the other pillar].
You haven't many teeth left, Jim, but the few you have are sharp enough to make me shudder.
I haven't seen her," replied the Englishman, "since we were brought here.
I haven't the puffed sleeves -- though these short lace ones are even prettier.
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.
Do you know, Miss Mason, I haven't a friend in the world outside you?