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has•n't

(ˈhæz ənt)
contraction of has not.
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It is also matter of wonder that everyone praises the West, wants to settle there, but hasnt brought change neither in himself nor in society.
However, Nida Chaudhry said that she hasnt enmity or personal grudge with anyone.
Why hasnt anybody else thought of this?In Central Europe the absurd charade over immigration and refugees continues.
The Division 1A Athletic Director's Association, now known as Lead1, hasnt taken a stance on sports betting, said Tom McMillen, president and CEO.
The federal gas tax hasnt been raised since 1993 and hasnt kept up with inflation, she said.
Jeff Hirschberg, vice chairman of The Northeast Maglev, said that despite the need for federal funds and the fact the Japanese technology hasnt been approved for transit uses in this country the company still thinks it can be up and running by 2024.
Central President All Pakistan Government Employees Coordination Council Mohammad Aslam Khan told media crews that despite pledges by the provincial government, the allowance hasnt been approved.
Now, by sending her back to a country she hasnt seen in a generation and her children have never known, her plight has become emblematic of Pakistans cruel treatment of Afghan refugees, said Champa Patel, Amnesty International's South Asia Director.
My respect level for San Miguel hasnt changed [despite the 3-0 lead], Compton went on.
THE boys doubles winner Sumit Nagal said the feeling of winning a junior title at Wimbledon hasnt sunk in yet.
Green polyethylene (PE) hasnt reached its full potential, but the technologys popularity is growth, particularly among companies like Tetra Pak, General Mills, McCain and Danone.