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*.

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  • But it clearly has "" written on the side of it-it *has* to be intentional, as much fun as the other possibilities are.

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  • Incidently Amazon has just delivered the new Stephen King some energy barrier stoping things getting in or out…..has he been reading Birmo!

    Cheeseburger Gothic » Friday writing blog: point of view.

  • 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.

    "Americans do not bow to royalty. In my view, when the royal is the ruling tyrant of a despotic regime, the wrong is compounded."

  • 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 ..."

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  • [A], a predicate idea [b], and the copula [has], i.e. the idea expressed by the word ˜has™ or another form of

    Slices of Matisse

  • 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).

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  • 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 ?

    Here we go!

  • They now the spray has ammonia..has anyone seen what ammonia can do?

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  • "has" in Hungarian means: belly, tommy

    August 1, 2012