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hold

To be in possession of drugs. You holding? Cause I'm looking to score.

holding

1. In sports, especially American football, a penalty issued to a player who has tried to obstruct an opponent's movement. Come on, ref, are you blind? That's holding!
2. slang In possession of drugs. You holding? Cause I'm looking to score.

hold

 (someone or an animal) down
1. Lit. to keep someone, something, or an animal down. The heavy beam held him down, and he could not rise. The owner held down his pet while the vet treated the injured paw.
2. Fig. to prevent someone or something from advancing. I had a disability that held me down in life. Too much debt held down the company while others profited.

hold

tv. & in. to possess drugs. (Drugs.) Gert was holding coke when she was arrested.

hold

/keep (one's) end up
To fulfill one's part of an agreement; do one's share.
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Except on practical tests (checkrides), when the applicant for a certificate or rating is required to use the "correct" holding pattern entry, the di-rect/parallel/teardrop guidance is merely recommended as a possible way to enter a hold.
* Al Salam City ($8.2bn) - Al Rajhi Group/Tameer Holding -On hold
June 8--The Society for Marketing Professionals Long Island Chapter will hold its 2006 Golf Classic at the Timber Point Country Club, Great River Rd., Great River, N.Y.
Whereas, Hold Harmless Agreements involve contractually assuming another organization's tort liability, Indemnity Agreements or Indemnification Clauses define a contractual relationship where the second party agrees to reimburse the first party for damages (including settlements) and/or expenses (including attorney fees, court, and expert witness fees, etc.), regardless of which party is at fault.
The Northeast Ohio Rubber Group and the Akron Rubber Group will hold a dinner dance April 5 at the Embassy Suites in Beachwood.
I've seen so many use a Kleenex, and then all I can think of is: I'm going to have to hold that person's hand.
Regardless, each holding pattern clearance has three basic elements: the direction to hold from the holding fix, the holding fix itself and the "expect further clearance time" (EFC), the point by which ATC expects to either send you on your way or give you another EFC.
Final approval by the department would follow Spokeswoman Alice Ericson said the company would try to hold its IPO before the end of June.
The Fifth, Sixth and Eleventh Circuits hold contingent fee income to be excludible; the Ninth and Federal Circuits, and the Tax Court, hold such income to be includible (but an itemized deduction may be available for attorney's fees and litigation costs).
The Court held that the fees not creating or enhancing a separate and distinct additional asset under Lincoln Savings "is not controlling."(12) Lincoln Savings did not hold that only expenditures that create or enhance separate and distinct assets are to be capitalized, just that those that do must be capitalized.
No longer does a senator hold the floor in long, impassioned debate, as in the film Mr.
4 CURL WITH BALL: Place an eight- and one-half-inch playground ball between inner thighs and hold. Keeping hands on outer thighs, elbows up, shoulders down, hold for sixty seconds.
Consider using the word "investments" in the name and organizational documents when creating an entity to hold the investment properties.
Sentencing Commission to hold a parole revocation hearing in deciding whether to reparole him.