Haveless

Have´less


a.1.Having little or nothing.
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Clearly they haveless chemistry, less of a friendly relationship than myself and a lot of events together, spend a lot of time with each other.
If high gas prices persist, consumers will adjust by buying more fuel efficient cars, moving closer to their jobs, and as a result high gas prices will haveless effect on the economy, he said.
Most places in the guide haveless than 20 rooms and range from manor houses to country house hotels, such as Lochgreen House in Troon, The Cross in Kingussie and Fife's The Peat Inn.
Japan is the world's second biggest food market, but more than half of the operators haveless than 20.
Glyn says the endowment policies will haveless to cover on maturity, and to take further advantage of the low interest rates, the clients elected to overpay every month, thus further reducing the mortgage.