(ˈhæv ənt)
contraction of have not.
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MEPs called on the 11 member states that havent ratified the Istanbul Convention to do so, in a plenary debate with Commissioner Ansip on Monday evening.
More than one-third of Arizona laws involving a felony penalty havent been used in the past 15 years, a new report from the Arizona Criminal Justice Commission found.
To be honest with you, I havent really been open about having cancer because the people that I work around, they are going through so much (more) than I did, Bradshaw says.
Wassana and Miles havent announced any plans yet related to putting land into trust.
Pakistan Peoples Party and Jumiat Ulma-e-Islam were denied party Symbols on the ground that both the parties have not conducted Intra Party Election and havent submitted the statement of account as per requirement of political parties order 2002.
These latest findings havent been the subject of a scientific publication yet, but Tautavel is recognized as a reference by archaeologists all over the world.
I'm sick of it of a nice evening I would like to sit in the garden but can't at the moment because my lovely neighbours keep burning things and it stinks and so strong it's a hazard, thank god I haven't got asthma, having to sit in doors and close all the windows in the nice weather is a joke, thankfully I havent got children at the moment because they wouldn't be able to play in the garden.
I havent any personal enmity with any one and I shall do my responsibilities according to the law he reiterated.
We both havent decided on anything at this point and in fact have not talked about politics and political plans.
SQUASHING rumours that they havent been able to rope in sponsors, Delhi Daredevils unveiled their brand new jersey for the seventh edition of the Indian Premier league with a tie- up with the country's largest online and mobile classifieds portal Quikr in the Capital on Saturday.
They've invested millions in the country and they havent come here just to leave the next day.