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not have it

Also, have none of; not or won't or wouldn't hear of . Not allow; refuse to tolerate, accept, or endure. For example, Mary wanted to have the reception at home, but her mother would not have it, or I'll have none of your backtalk, or The minister wouldn't hear of a change in the worship service. [Late 1500s] The related not having any, for wanting no part of (as in Fund-raising? I'm not having any!) was first recorded in 1902.
See also: have, not
References in classic literature ?
She likes it, and it won't cost much, so I'll have some left to buy my pencils," added Amy.
said John, "and if ever I can do you a good turn I hope you won't forget me.
Shelby and all his tribe, because they are proud, and hold their heads up above him, and that I've got proud notions from you; and he says he won't let me come here any more, and that I shall take a wife and settle down on his place.
And I won't say I haven't used the old drain once or twice after the fashion of my rude forefathers; but never was it such a godsend as it's been this time.
Let's all go to the theatre,' she says, 'and leave him here if he won't go--it's not my business.
You'll never have to worry over anything again, 'cause there won't be anything to worry about.
Being warned of what is to occur we must try to bear the terrific noise of your growl; but Chiss won't expect it, and it will scare him away.
There won't be so many unexpected things about it by and by -- though, after all, I fancy it's the unexpected things that give spice to life.
Being an island, he says I won't have to bother about wild pigs destroying the young trees.
And that mare, and you astride of her, coming along the road under the trees or through the sunshine--why, with both you and the mare missing, there won't be anything worth waiting through the week for.
Yes, horrid cold; but my muff is so big, I won't carry it.
You'll have to wear blue goggles, perhaps; won't that be funny?
And one of them is that he has married a woman of spirit and resolution--so faithful and so fond of him that she won't even let his own mother tell her of his faults.
But we don't really know anything about it and won't until the pass list is out.
She won't trust me out of her sight a minute the whole evening--I know she won't.