- v. Simple past tense and past participle of own.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. having an owner; often used in combination. Opposite of
- adj. having an owner; often used in combination
“If old media is about to kick the bucket, then why is TMZ.com, the popular Hollywood gossip site that, like CNNMoney.com, is owned by Time Warner, launching a TMZ television show that will air on News Corp.-owned Fox stations this fall?”
“Privately owned Carrix Inc. is the parent of Seattle-based SSA Marine, the largest U. S.-owned marine terminal operator, with operations in more than 125 ports worldwide.”
“In a significant move against foreign-owned private property, Allende's government nationalized major U.S. corporations in 1971-including the U. S.-owned telephone company, ITT, and the copper mines owned by Anaconda Copper Mining, Kennecott and Braden.”
“Time for Plan B: Firm owned by Jim Moran's wife seeks mixed uses on D. C.-owned New Jersey and”
“He moved to New York in 1999 and later signed with ATO Records, a label owned partly by Dave Matthews that has also been home to David Gray, Patty Griffin and My Morning Jacket.”
“Girl in a Coma is signed to Blackheart Records - a label owned by rocker Joan Jett - and takes its name from the song "Girlfriend in a Coma" by The Smiths.”
“Warner Music, the label owned by billionaire Len Blavatnik, had been leading the bids for EMI's recorded-music side, but backed out after failing to agree to terms on taking over EMI's pension liabilities.”
“Eventually he caught the ear of some powerful industry figures, and a year later had signed to Roc Nation, a label owned my none other than Jay-Z.”
“Universal beat Warner Music, the label owned by billionaire Len Blavatnik, for EMI's recorded arm, while Sony was vying with BMG Rights Management GmbH, the music company controlled by KKR & Co. BMG Spokeswoman Annika Reiche-Seiz declined to comment.”
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