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v. to have legal title or right to something. Mere possession is not ownership.

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While still lagging behind the other financial services industries, the insurance industry is coming into its own in adopting new technologies, according to a new survey by Ivans Inc., headquartered in Greenwich, Conn.
This audio production of DeBerry and Grant's popular story of a family coming into its own captivates the reader, The pleasant, soothing tone of the reader allows the audience to escape to the world of the story.
With its sleek industrial lines, deep practical drawers and wipe-clean surfaces the filing cabinet is coming into its own - even appearing as bedside tables in some of the more trendy homes.
With "vactors" replacing actors and special effects already the dominant factor in blockbuster films, the era of CGI is on the verge of coming into its own.
His hope for the 21st century is no less than a revolution in world farming, which will see organic farming coming into its own.