from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- v. Third person singular present tense of have.
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- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of have.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- 3d pers. sing. pres. of have.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- The third person singular present indicative of have.
- An early Middle English form of hoarse.
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I agree ... all day today on the talk shows I heard McCain supporters yakking on about how * Obama has never bucked his party the way McCain has*.
But it clearly has "www.cakewrecks.com" written on the side of it-it *has* to be intentional, as much fun as the other possibilities are.
Incidently Amazon has just delivered the new Stephen King some energy barrier stoping things getting in or out…..has he been reading Birmo!
But now that our president, on behalf of America, has repudiated that awful man, now that Obama's here to set right America's wrongs, al-Qaida will have no reason as it *has* had to attack... but it's gonna take a while for that message to get through to them.
While the story has gotten the facts correct, I disagree with the statement that Ma "..has worked hard to unite Taiwan's fractious communal groups ..."
[A], a predicate idea [b], and the copula [has], i.e. the idea expressed by the word ˜has™ or another form of
This view is supported by Bolzano's claim that each “private” mental phenomenon, such as a feeling, a desire, a volition or a thought (i.e., a subjective idea or a subjective proposition), is an attribute of the individual mind that “has” it, where ˜has™ expresses the copula (WL II, 69).
As my friend LyndaHendrell has said "our whole society ~ especially California ~has been automobile-centric for so many years. "
September 13th, 2008 1:44 am ET im not sure if anyone has heard but i just saw a brief report zip across the tv screen …….that a levee had failed in new orleans…..has anyone heard any news of new orleans ?
They now the spray has ammonia..has anyone seen what ammonia can do?
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