Tenuit

TENUIT. Which he held. When the tenancy is ended and the tenant is sued in an action of waste, the averment of tenure is in the tenuit. For a distinction between the averment in the tenet and tenuit, see 2 Greenl. Ev. Sec. 652, and Tenet.

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41-42, et tenuit nostras numerosus Horatius aures / dum ferit Ausonia carmina culta lyra ) giving him his due in terms of Horace's own claim to fame.
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obviaque effulsit sub nubibus aut per inane aeris aut duro spirans erumpere saxo credita suspensum tenuit formidine gressum.
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In the Annals of Tighernach, an entry for around AD 500 reads, `Feargus mor mac earca cum gente dalriada partem britania tenuit et ibi mortus est' -- `Fergus Mor, mac Erc, with the nation of Dal Riada, took (or held) part of Britain, and died there'.