have to do with

You know what you're going to have to do with this little old statue, padre?
¿Sabes lo que vas a hacer con esta figura de latón, padre?
Why? Well, ever since my arrest nobody here wants to have to do with me.
Bueno, desde mi arresto nadie de por aquí quiere tener nada que ver conmigo.
What you're going to have to do with that information you're so anxious to have.
Pero tendrá que lidiar con la información que está tan impaciente por saber.
The problems I ran into seemed to have to do with tables not being correctly created on reinstall.
Los problemas que me encontré parecía tener que ver con las tablas no están correctamente creados en volver a instalar.
Therefore, the fact about doing the things properly is an art, but that is a commitment we have to have to do with ourselves.
Hacer las cosas bien, es un arte, pero debe ser además un compromiso que tenemos con nosotros mismos.
An original solution, for plants often of big size, obliged to have to do with sporadic rains, and summer temperatures which are close to the 45 °C.
Una solución original para plantas a menudo de gran porte, obligadas a tratar con lluvias esporádicas y temperaturas estivales que rozan los 45º C.
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