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How can I use have before and after conjunction?

In a short sentence like your first example, it's perfectly acceptable to leave out the second have (but please note that it's English with a capital E). In a more complex sentence like your second ...
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Are "contains only Xs and Ys" / "only Xs or Ys" ambiguous?

It is a logical issue. Using "A or B or both" is an effective usage for dealing with this type of logical difficulty. But preliminary understandings are needed: Xs is taken to mean {one or ...
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