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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.
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In addition, the Securities and Exchange Commission's net capital rule for securities broker-dealers generally requires the firm to deduct from its regulatory capital 100 percent of the carrying value of the firm's private equity investments, a rule that induces these firms to shift their holdings to nonregulated affiliates.
Private equity holdings are large and growing rapidly now, and the restraints on further growth are being relaxed.
The Merchants National case involved a proposal by Merchants National Corporation, an Indiana bank holding company, to acquire and retain two Indiana state banks that engaged directly in certain general insurance agency activities that were permitted state banks under Indiana law.
Relatively little is known about the extent of nonbank activities of early bank holding companies, but many of the companies appear to have been formed as a means of expanding geographically into areas in which branch banking was restricted, rather than as a means of engaging in activities prohibited to banks.