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n the control or custody of anything that may be the subject of property as owner or as one who has a qualified right in it.
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England continued to enjoy the bulk of possesion but the 73,451 crowd were generally quiet.
England enjoyed the bulk of possesion but the 73,451 crowd were generally quiet.
She lauded the initiative taken by the Eritrean traders who voluntarily reported their expired stock and appealed to the rest of trader community in possesion of what she described as "potentially-harmful commodities", to report them to the Ministry of Commerce so that they can be disposed of.
On Milford's ensuing possesion, Leung attempted to lateral to running back Manny Lopez, but the ball fell to the turf and was recovered by Smallwood, who seemed to have a hand in every key play.
Tom Warmer (right) battles for possesion against Huddersfield
Inverness Management, LLC, a private equity firm, has takes possesion of a full floor (4,600 s/f) in 489 Fifth Avenue.
Cov finally began to enjoy some quality possesion, and although Worcester moved the ball from their own 22 to give the elusive Hinshelwood his second try, Lee Crofts and Kurt Johnson claimed tries - both converted by Criscuolo - to peg the half-time score back to 34-14.
As of the commencement of trial, neither party had a copy of the actual film itself in their possesion, both sides being under the impression that Columbia Greene Hospital had by that time destroyed the decade-old X ray.
An applicant must pass a written examination administered by DPI or the Department of Transportation, which includes questions about state laws on possesion and consumption of alcohol beverages; the operation of a motor vehicle and the consumption of alcohol beverages; the prevention and control of alcoholism and the commission of certain crimes while under the influence of alcohol beverages; the chemical effects of alcohol consumption; and the effects of alcohol abuse.
In Delaware, for example, possesion of more than five grams - about the weight of a nickel - of any controlled substance, including marijuana, is classified as a "vioet crime.
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He added he regreted his response to what he felt was unsportsmanlike conduct from Russell after the striker refused to allow Blues easy possesion when they'd kicked the ball out to allow Tom Ince to be treated.