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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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She was overdressed, but not badly dressed, in black with a high collar, and she wore black glace gloves, in which she played cards; she had several heavy gold chains round her neck, bangles on her wrists, and circular photograph pendants, one being of Queen Alexandra; she carried a black satin bag and chewed Sen-sens.
50pm near Velopark in Clayton, but the car was badly damaged.
A womAn was badly hurt when she was crushed in a freak accident in Slaithwaite.
He badly crushed a police man under the wheel of his vehicle when he tried to stop him.
The bank surveyed 141 companies right across the supply chain, ranging from producers to providers of equipment and services 41pc of those said they have been severely or badly affected by the drop in oil prices.
MIRPUR (AJK) -- The ground route between Rawalpindi and Muzaffarabad was revived after the removal of the recent hurdles of constant land slidings between Kohala and Muzaffarabad caused due to the intermittent torrential rains in the area that had badly disrupted the daily life since about past one week, authorities said.
Liverpool badly needs its own TV station broadcasting to the city.
How can the latter [the natives] lose their natural right [for self-rule] by exercising it badly, while the king and his judges do not when they exercise it [the right to rule] just as badly or worse?
Buffer assembly: Retainer won't hold; buffer badly corroded, cracked
The remains were so badly decomposed the man hasn't yet been identified.
The research commissioned by the think tank Policy Exchange comes as the current crop of main party leaders struggle to win favour in the North - with Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg suffering particularly badly.
The unit, which catered for children too badly behaved to be at school, is in special measures.