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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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In a series of tweets about the news that Tinny labelled him a whack rapper, Kwaw Kese hit back at Tinny over the comment.
In the late spring, Tierra had emerged as one of 2018's most lauded new artists, a lightning-in-a-bottle kind of superstar, when she released Whack World, a 15-minute, 15-song debut that was part visual album, part conceptual art project.
THE tennis-loving Duchess of Cambridge has told a coach she is trying to teach Prince George the game - but said he "only wants to whack the ball".
He is interested in tennis but being four, he just wants to whack the ball." He said: "You have to wait for them to show interest." Mr Richardson heads up the LTA's Tennis for Kids grassroots programme which teaches the game to youngsters.
So, for example, in the second stanza of "Whacked," the ever-alert poet realizes that "whack" has another meaning in crime movies, namely, murder, rub out; another exemplary Williams move, to let the wobbles of the well-furnished mind lift him out of the immediate context only to spin him into another, partially overlapping universe.
From PS10.49, totsbots.com SWINGBALL PRO THE classic ball and racket game where players whack the tethered tennis ball up and down the metal spiral.
WASHINGTON (CyHAN)- Greenhouse gases are vital to life on Earth, but the growing concentration of certain gases, such as carbon dioxide, is throwing the planet's delicate balance out of whack. NASA is on the case, studying carbon dioxide on a global scale and its effects on our weather and climate.
London, Feb 23 ( ANI ): Jihadists groups in the UK, which were trained by Al-Qaeda in Pakistan, have been ordered to spread their knowledge throughout Europe so fanatics can "whack" innocent people here, it has emerged.
At Nottingham, the feature is the final of the Betfred Sprint Trophy over 305m at 9.07, with only one spot between heat winners Glanmire Phanter and Whack Wallop a week ago.
Inventor Tim Hunkin says the "Whack A Banker" machine at his pier arcade in Southwold, Suffolk, is proving a great investment.
In a police interview shown to the jury, the 13-year-old claimed Abuhamza would use a stick to "whack" children if he thought they had eaten too much.
Thus was born "Whack -a-Penguin," an instant Detroit phenomenon that can take its place alongside the ritual of throwing an octopus onto the rink.