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TO HAVE. These words are used in deeds for the conveyance of land, in that clause which usually declared for what estate the land is granted. The same as Habendum. (q.v.) Vide Habendum; Tenendum.

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Bolt: Cracked; face badly pitted; locking lugs chipped or burred; rings bent or distorted or spaced wrong; bolt slides easily into carrier
A source said: "The body was badly decomposed so it's not possible to say what age this man was or how he died but detectives are examining all avenues.
The pans embankment was badly damaged and the pans (below sea level) were flooded with stagnant water and debris in the recent floods.
Cotton and rice crops in Punjab and Sindh have been badly damaged
Some 68% of those polled in the North thought David Cameron was doing badly as Prime Minister, while 59% thought Ed Miliband was doing badly as leader of the Labour party.
The closure of the unit is part of a change in the way badly behaved children are taught in the county.
Among Republicans, 60 percent said the war was going somewhat or very badly, compared with 40 percent in November.
The car was so badly damaged it needed to be towed away.
Parker is struggling with a badly bruised foot sustained in a challenge in the same game, while O'Neill, suffered a hip injury against Talbot.
He's badly in at the weights but there aren't too many opportunities for him this time of year, so he has to run.
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They said the explosions badly damaged about six feet long portion of the