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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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If thou hadst a less numerous army there, it would be annihilated and could do nothing; and if thy army is considerable, it will perish of hunger, because there are no victuals.
Hadst thou been aught but gossamer, feathers, air, So many fathom down precipitating, Thou'dst shivered like an egg; but thou dost breathe; Hast heavy substance; bleed'st not; speak'st; art sound.
The capitalized "Will" suggests the Will of God, a sentiment that is confirmed in the final stanza, where the poem turns to address John the Baptist: "O holy John, how still / Was laid thy head upon the salver white, / When thou hadst done God's Will
Melinda buys into Silvia's act: "hadst thou been a Man, thou hadst been the greatest Rake in Christendom" (1.
For Taylor, indeed, this was the prime objective, his antagonism with Fennor subordinate to their antagonism with the players: "Hadst thou the Conquest got," he confesses, "I had not car'd, / So thou vnto thy word hadst had regard; / Then sure the Players had not playd a play / But thou or I had borne away the day.
The milk thou suckedst from her did turn to marble, Even at thy teat thou hadst thy tyranny.
Say 'tis not so, a province I will give thee, [PP15] And make thy fortunes proud; the blow thou hadst Shall make thy peace for moving me to rage, [PP15] And I will boot thee with what gift beside [PP15] Thy modesty can beg.
But thy vile race, Though thou didst learn, had that in't which good natures Could not abide to be with; therefore wast thou Deservedly confined into this rock, Who hadst deserved more than a prison.
Thou shouldst not have been old till thou hadst been wise," says the Fool to Lear, and it is easy enough to appreciate the principle that undergirds the judgment.
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