from The Century Dictionary.
- noun An obsolete variant of
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They must be on the ropes by now … I wonder why they hane not considered changing their business model of a poor variety of marginal food at exhorbitant prices because it moves on a belt?
How many times can he "misspeak" before it becomes painfully obvious that the man doesn't hane a clue unless he has Joe Leiberman whispering the answers in his ear.
Do the people that are ABC hane no sense of humor?
Langshaw, although larger than the other mansions assembled at the head of the supposed Glendearg, has nothing about it more remarkable than the inscription of the present proprietor over his shooting lodge — Utinam hane eliam viris impleam amicis — a modest wish, which I know no one more capable of attaining upon an extended scale, than the gentleman who has expressed it upon a limited one.
I hane four and I don;t have to go to Disneylamd's Adventure Land.
Facebook is slowly creeping up to overtake MySpace … then you hane Linkn ….
The Woluerings were indifferent, and some of the wolues, the rest verie base, the Lusernes but meane, the Lettes not so large skinnes as we hane had: the best is, they were of a new death.
Iehova Deus coeli, qui tulit me e domo patris mei, et e terra cognationis meae, et qui loquutus est mihi, et qui juravit mihi, dicendo, Semini tuo dabo terram hane: ipse mittet Angelum suum ante to, et capies uxorem filio meo inde.
Laat ons almal hane vat om 'n beter lewe vir ons mense te skep.
Seing bothe lawes and the Prince, hane that honour and strength, that without them, a _Chaos_ a con - fusion would followe, in the bodie of all common wealthes and kyngdomes.
A booke called the Foundacion of Rhetorike because all other partes of Rhetorike are grounded thereupon, euery parte sette forthe in an Oracion vpon questions, verie profitable to bee knowen and redde