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What does (not) to have something any other way mean?

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1. A: Why would you fire him?
B: Because I can't seem to have it any other
way.

2. The government has already decided to sought for loans to pay off outstanding pension and wouldn't have it any other way.

3. You could have had it any other way; you just weren't thinking straight and I understand
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