- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of own.
“That's a bad situation for a band to be in, where the label owns the rights to your music but they're not doing anything with it.”
“Destroyer, Guv'ner, Polvo and Pipe & The Broken West (with many more to come if the label owns up to its promise of more than 25 bands).”
“Vidal doesn't dispute that the label owns the rights to the music he used.”
“When your record label owns MTV, basically, they can play whatever the hell they want to play.”
“While the Federal gov't does have to spend some money for park rangers and such most of the land it owns is basically nature preserves.”
“Kevin owns The Foaming Head, a great resource for anyone interested in New York beers, and has worked hard to become an emerging voice on the craft beer scene.”
“In addition to Ritz Camera stores, the chain owns Wolf Camera, Kits Cameras, Inkleys and the Camera Shops, as well as the Boater's World chain.”
“This is not to say that Sarah Palin owns Hope and Change (what are we talking about here, anyway, who “owns” those things?)”
“Martin owns a 23.5% stake in the group and officially stepped down as executive chairman in 2003, taking a non-executive role.”
“Everything she owns is in a bag at the foot of the bed.”
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