Have a ball - If you have a ball, you have a great time, a lot of fun.
Have a bash - If you have a bash at something, you try to do it, especially when there isn't much chance of success.
Have a blast - It means "to have a lot of fun".
Have a crack - If you have a crack at something, you try to do it. If someone is attempting to do something and they are unsuccessful, you might say, "Let me have a crack at it" suggesting that you might be successful at performing the task. ('Take a crack' is also used.)
Have a foot in both camps - Someone who plays a part or who is involved in two different groups of people, opinions, ways of thinking or living, etc, has a foot in both camps.
Have a go - If you have a go, you try to do something, often when you don't think you have much chance of succeeding.
Have a heart - If someone has a heart, they arekind and sympathetic. If you say, 'Have a heart' to someone, you are asking them to be understanding and sympathetic.
Have a ripper - If you have a ripper of a time, you enjoy yourself.
Have a trick up your sleeve - If you have a trick up your sleeve, you have a secret strategy to use when the time is right.
Have no truck with - If you have no truck with something or someone, you refuse to get involved with it or them.
Have someone in your corner - If you have someone in your corner, you have their support or help.
Have something up your sleeve - If you have something up your sleeve, you have some hidden or secret plan, idea, etc, to use to your advantage when the time is right.
Have the floor - If someone has the floor, it is their turn to speak at a meeting.
Have the guts - Someone who has enough courage to do something has the guts to do it.
Have your cake and eat it too - If someone wants to have their cake and eat it too, they want everything their way, especially when their wishes are contradictory.
I have sixty dwarf trees, five of which have been in eight years, and they have borne six crops of apples.
"Trees, Fruits and Flowers of Minnesota, 1916" by Various
Now I have, and I have this house for nearly three years longer.
"A Crooked Path" by Mrs. Alexander
We have, in accordance with popular usage, treated the organs of thought as having anatomical relations.
"The People's Common Sense Medical Adviser in Plain English" by R. V. Pierce
If they have made you believe that I have any wife but yourself they have made you believe a falsehood.
"Phineas Redux" by Anthony Trollope
During the three days I have spent at Saint-Mande, I confess I have forgotten him completely.
"The Vicomte de Bragelonne" by Alexandre Dumas
You have asked me a question, and I have answered it, and I am thankful to you for having asked it.
"Can You Forgive Her?" by Anthony Trollope
We have suffered such immense losses, that we must have peace to recover what we have lost.
"Napoleon and the Queen of Prussia" by L. Mühlbach,
I have known people who found less love in their home than you have done.
"Debit and Credit" by Gustav Freytag
In short I have been reading a good deal since I have been here: but not much in the way of knowledge.
"Letters of Edward FitzGerald in two volumes, Vol. 1" by Edward FitzGerald
He is about the best friend I have, or am likely to have.
"Molly Bawn" by Margaret Wolfe Hamilton
Men have sinned deep as she had sinned, and, lepers though they have been, they have afterwards been clean.
"Orley Farm" by Anthony Trollope
Here have I been forgetting all about what I have heard over yonder to the meeting-house.
"Janet's Love and Service" by Margaret M Robertson
It would have been so easy to have done nothing and to have thought no more about it.
"Chance" by Joseph Conrad
It is not a small thing to have seen the sun, and to have rejoiced in one's youth.
"The History of Sir Richard Calmady" by Lucas Malet
And if I'd had any money that would have been on interest, so that I could have some security against want in my old age.
"A Little Girl in Old Boston" by Amanda Millie Douglas
If he would have kept his distance, he might have been alive now.
"The Hour and the Man" by Harriet Martineau
Any one who could at the moment have seen her face, would have pronounced her cheerful at heart; and so she was.
"Deerbrook" by Harriet Martineau
You will have to know to-morrow; I have sold half my share to Wilmarth.
"Floyd Grandon's Honor" by Amanda Minnie Douglas
The resolutions which have been quoted, have given rise to much discussion, and have often been misrepresented.
"Cotton is King and The Pro-Slavery Arguments" by Various
But after what you have told me other things have occurred to my mind.
"The Cryptogram" by James De Mille
I have not seen,
I have no news of her;
I can tell only
She is not here, but there
She might have been.
"Unknown" by Edward Thomas
"Heed I the noise of viols,
Your pomp of masque and show?
Have I not dawns and sunsets
Have I not winds that blow?
"The Vision Of Echard" by John Greenleaf Whittier
What if, as yet, I have never seen
The true face of the Man!
The named notion may have been
A likeness vague and wan;
"The Disciple" by George MacDonald
Three days, three nights I slumbered,
And till I woke again
Those I have loved have sought me,
And sorrowed all in vain.
"The Man Who Trod On Sleeping Grass" by Dora Sigerson Shorter
That years have passed,
You did not think, and
Plovers on the beach
Have ceased to tread - and that's all
That I can see!
"That years have passed," by Ise
An Ape is but a trivial beast,
Men count it light and vain;
But I would let them have their thoughts,
To have my Ape again.
"The Ape" by Charles Lamb
We as a society still have much work to do to ensure all people are treated fairly and have equal opportunity regardless of the disability a person may have.
I have to think that having two dogs beats having one dog.
According to a Pew survey, one in five young adults between the ages of 18 and 34 have delayed having a child and have also postponed their marriage because of the economic slowdown.
Through conversations that I have had and from some of the questions I have received I have realized that not everybody fully understands what percentage for rain means.
"A lot of the people have these firearms they have purchased but have never used it," Calhoun City Lt Detective Tony Pyle said.
They have no flood insurance, and all of the contractors they have tried to call have been busy with other cleanup efforts.
Furloughs have prevented layoffs and have helped spare city services from major reductions, but some people wonder whether they have turned into a permanent budget fix.
Seven people in one Minnesota family have made the risky decision to have their entire stomachs removed after learning they have a rare genetic condition that causes potentially deadly stomach cancer.
Now that things have settled, I've put together an unofficial list showing where NFC West free agents have visited and which players the division's teams have visited with.
I have had a lot of fun over the last two years having you ring in on the greatest players, coaches, gyms and all of the all-time questions I have posed.
"We have information that suggests that a ferry may have collided with something in the harbor this morning and we have an injured humpback," Ross said.
Tonight was the Have – Have Not competition and nominations… But first we must have some drama of the newbies (Dominic) trying to figure out who voted to evict Keith.
We have all heard about the troubles Bono has been having with The Spiderman Musical, Spiderman: Turn Off the Dark, but we may have underestimated how much affect it is having on the musician.
With few exceptions, the Wildcats have been less than powerful down through the years and have lost more games than they have won.
"We have a pride of lions, and we have many tigers, we have bobcats and we have cougars," Henry said.
The price we have to pay for this simpliﬁcation is that we have to introduce a somewhat arbitrary conﬁning potential, which we take to have a quadratic form.
Embedding a Native State into a Random Heteropolymer Model: The Dynamic Approach
If the apparent periodic signal would have been a random ﬂuctuation, there would have been no reason to have larger errors in the random gaps, except from yet another unrelated random ﬂuctuation.
The Spiral Structure of the Milky Way, Cosmic Rays, and Ice Age Epochs on Earth
The S–matrix and transfer matrix ensembles have p = q (ν = 0) and have been written on the corresponding line, while the chiral ensembles may have p > q or p = q .
Random matrix theory and symmetric spaces
We have taken σpp = 0.005. 2 |m| in ˆT2 , with a On the other hand, we have taken θ = π random number, m, extracted from a Gaussian distribution centered at 1 and having standard deviation σbs = 0.07.
Simulation of quantum random walks using interference of classical field
Suppose now we are given an arbitrary directed graph having a ﬁnite or denumerable set of vertices and being such that only a ﬁnite number of edges is emitted out of every vertex, not having any sources or sinks, and having (complex) weights attached on its edges.
Bindweeds or random walks in random environments on multiplexed trees and their asympotics
As readers who are cognoscenti of quantum theory will have long ago noticed: at least by the time that Section 7.1 proposed we could have perdurantism without tears, by letting the perdurantist “have” velocity, and even have their account of persistence “piggy-back” on integrating the classical equations of motion.
On the Persistence of Homogeneous Matter
We have seen that the last two mentioned equations have known solutions. I have shown in previous papers that the quantization of galactic dynamics require the inverse square law potential introduced above.
A Sketch for a Quantum Theory of Gravitity
The main problem here is that we don’t have KazhdanLusztig type bases for Ariki-Koike algebras in general but we do have Schur elements: they have been computed by Geck, Iancu and Malle in [GIM].
JMMO Fock space and Geck-Rouquier classification of simple modules for Hecke algebras
Among the whole sample, 21 stars have reliable phase-lag distances while the others have less accurate distances. L∗ − P , ˙M − P and ˙M − L∗ relations have been plotted for these stars.
On the difference between type E and A OH/IR stars
The observed large fraction of ∼ 106 yr old, wide binary and hierarchical triple systems implies that (a) not much dilution of the binary population can have occurred through ejections, and (b) few ejections can have occurred as systems have not been signiﬁcantly hardened.
Limits on the primordial stellar multiplicity
The lack of precise deﬁnitions of both “jammed” and “random” have been a hindrance in the ﬁeld, and recently efforts have emerged that have attempted to correct these deﬁciencies [1, 2, 3].
Comment on "Jamming at zero temperature and zero applied stress: The epitome of disorder"
We still have to construct L so that pi ’s split in L/K , choose a generator for H with the correct sign for the conjugates and make sure that the requirements for roots of unity are satisﬁed: LE1K∞ should have no roots of unity beyond ±1 and G∞E2H should not have any roots of unity which are not already in G∞ .
Diophantine Definability and Decidability in the Extensions of Degree 2 of Totally Real Fields
Our simulations, based on 10,000 realizations, have been limited to the interval |x| ≤ 5 , where we have considered the random walks to take place, have produced an histogram for the Gaussian density at t = 1 , see Fig 2 (left plate).
Discrete random walk models for space-time fractional diffusion
Indeed the ﬁrst and the last k edges of the path γα(ei ) ∪ ei ∪ γ−1 ω(ei ) can have arbitrary edge groups but all edges in between have to have order at most C due to the acylindricty assumption.
On accessibility of finitely generated groups
Second, we have not found the actual supersymmetric D-brane network conﬁguration, rather we have started from separated D3, D5 and D7-branes and we have checked that they can be glued together consistently, obtaining also information about tensions and angles from the calibration (6.4).
D-brane networks in flux vacua, generalized cycles and calibrations