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Meanings and phrases
- the act of having and controlling property; ownership
- anything owned or possessed
- a mania restricted to one thing or idea; monomania
- being controlled by passion or the supernatural
- a territory that is controlled by a ruling state
- (sport) the act of controlling the ball (or puck)
- the trait of resolutely controlling your own behavior; self-control; self-possession; willpower; will power; self-command; self-will
- (law) immediate and direct physical control over property
- (law) having the power and intention to have and control property but without direct control or actual presence upon it
- (law) possession for which criminal sanctions are provided because the property may not lawfully be possessed or may not be possessed under certain circumstances
- possession of controlled substances
- In December 1964, he was acquitted of illegal possession of a firearm.
- The charge against him was the "illegal possession of arms - the Colt revolver".
- He was accused of disobedience to border guards ans illegal possession of a weapon.
- property or belongings that are tangible; tangible possession
- property or belongings that are tangible; material possession
- a possession whose ownership changes or lapses; transferred property
- a commodity or good associated with the earthly, rather than the spiritual, existence of human beings; worldly good
- English forces also took possession of St. Eustatius.
- They took possession of the heights in that direction.
- The Dutch took possession of the fort in 1661.
- Aimery sent Reynald Barlais to take possession of Jaffa.
- Evil spirits may take possession of him.
- The task before them is to take possession of the Promised Land.
- The Cowboys offense seemed to wake up on their next possession.
- BC's next possession saw their only sustained drive of the half.
- On the Rams next possession they drove to the Cowboys 43 yard line.
- Marquette scored first, hitting a three-pointer on their first possession.
- Following the kick, the Bearcats started their first possession of the fourth quarter at their 14-yard line.
- In the first overtime, Purdue scored on its first possession with a 15-yard touchdown reception by Moore from Blough.
- He also later spent time in prison for drug possession .
- He was arrested for drug possession and refusing to submit to a blood test.
- He was later also charged with drug possession and two counts of kidnapping.
- They assumed the name on taking possession of Lacedaemon.
- Van Hook built the main portion of the present house soon after taking possession of the property.
- Thus, a court officer taking possession of goods under a court order may use force if reasonably necessary.
- After her death, the castle came into possession of the baron.
- Afterwards, it came into possession of Benjamin F. Joslyn, an arms manufacturer.
- In 1498 the castle came into possession of the sheriff of Heerlen, Diederick van Pallandt.
- Later in 2013, he had a charge of possession of marijuana, less than an ounce.
- Zachary Crank was tried as an adult and pleaded guilty to possession of marijuana.
- One night, Ellis gets a call from Barney telling him that he is in possession of marijuana.
- On the ensuing possession, Tiffin hit a 49-yard field goal to bring the score to 12–3.
- On the ensuing possession, Tar Heel halfback Daley Goff rushed 11 yards for a touchdown.
- Connecticut went three-and-out on the ensuing possession, punting the ball back to Toledo.
- Cardinals regain sole possession of first place.
- He hit his 661st home run the next day, April 13, to take sole possession of third place.
- Woods held sole possession of the lead early in the round, but carded 72 (+1) to fall back to 212 with Mahan.
- By 1973, marijuana possession convictions in the UK had reached 11,111 annually.
- She is ending prosecutions of low-level marijuana possession and is dismissing many cases.
- The search yielded 20 grams of marijuana, and the three were arrested for marijuana possession.
- Like "The Exorcist", it involves demonic possession.
- Foy researched witchcraft and demonic possession for the role.
- 706D) reports that the Magi instructed victims of demonic possession to recite the Ephesia Grammata.
- A minority has taken possession of all of the wealth of the world."
- JCB had taken possession of the machine from insurers after a court hearing.
- We have taken possession of numerous outworks, and we open trenches to-night.
- He was convicted on the charge of illegal possession of firearms and sentenced to three months in jail.
- Two years later, he was arrested and sentenced to Re-education through labor for illegal possession of firearms.
- Undesired activities at such times may include assembly in the streets, violation of curfew, or possession of firearms.
- Following an Alabama punt, Texas gained possession on their own 7-yard line with 3:14 to go.
- However, the Creature Commandos later gained possession of an entire army of mass-produced J.A.K.E.s.
- Together with his mother he moved to Zürich and in 1896, aged 24, gained possession of his substantial inheritance from his father.