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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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And when you've got it, you want--oh, you don't quite know what it is you DO want, but it just fairly makes your heart ache, you want it so
It's too late now, an' I don't feel to say you've ben all in the wrong; but if 't was to do over again, I'd say, well, your aunt Mirandy gives you clothes and board and schoolin' and is goin' to send you to Wareham at a big expense.
Come, come, Master Marner," said the landlord, now rising resolutely, and seizing Marner by the shoulder, "if you've got any information to lay, speak it out sensible, and show as you're in your right mind, if you expect anybody to listen to you.
And as for you, John Silver, long you've been a mate of mine, but you're mate of mine no more.
But where's the use o' talking, if ye wonna be persuaded, and settle down like any other woman in her senses, i'stead o' wearing yourself out with walking and preaching, and giving away every penny you get, so as you've nothing saved against sickness; and all the things you've got i' the world, I verily believe, 'ud go into a bundle no bigger nor a double cheese.
For a long time I've hoped this chance would come: that I might tell you how you've helped me, what you've made of me--"
It's your own fault; you've run yourself into this.
Now you've got to do exactly as I tell you," said Griffiths.
So glad you've come, old fellow; I've found a nice place round the corner here, where you can get some really first-class nectar.
Our luck is like water in a dragnet: you pull at it and it bulges, but when you've drawn it out it's empty
I don't think you've any right to say such things, Katharine," Cassandra exclaimed.
You've tricked something out with your imagination that you think love, and you expect the real thing to look like that.