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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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(v) Ensure compliance with this part and any other provisions of law governing transactions and relationships with companies in which the financial holding company holds an interest under this subpart (e.g., fiduciary principles or sections 23A and 23B of the Federal Reserve Act (12 U.S.C.
Consequently, while the new identified straddle regime should generally be advantageous for taxpayers that hold unbalanced straddles, there may be cases in which taxpayers would be better off under Sec.
11--The Construction and Transportation Industry will hold its "Good Scout" Awards, starting at 11:30 a.m.
As a transition measure, the interim rule also establishes two caps on the amount of merchant banking investments that a financial holding company may hold. The caps are high and apply only to investments made under the new merchant banking authority.
had to use, or hold for use, such assets for the requisite period of time in its trade or business before it could exclude from FPHCI the gain from the deemed sale of H&C's assets.
368(a)(2)(E) uses the term "holds" rather than the term "acquisition" as do Sec.
During consideration of the act, banks reported to the Congress on the processing limitation associated with accepting deposits at nonproprietary ATMS; specifically, that the account-holding institution does not have information regarding the composition of the deposit that is necessary to place differential holds. Given this limitation, the act, in effect, allows the account-holding institution to treat any such deposits as though they were composed of nonlocal checks under the temporary availability schedule.
2--The Atlantic Building Convention will hold its annual meeting from 2:30 p.m.
March 6 -- The Cooperator will hold its annual co-op and condo expo from 9 a.m.
A taxpayer who already holds an eligible asset may qualify for the reduced capital gain rate by making a deemed sale and repurchase election.
16--The Associated Building and Owners of Greater New York will holds its monthly luncheon from noon to 2 p.m.
Parking transactions involve an accommodation party that holds property in an exchange so that a taxpayer does not concurrently own both the relinquished and replacement exchange properties.
4 -- The New York Chapter of the American Institute of Architects will holds an event entitled "20/20 Foresight: Looking Ahead at the Future of Architecture" from 8 a.m.
However, the final rules provide that, when a taxpayer sells or exchanges an interest in a partnership, S corporation or trust that holds collectibles (as defined in Sec.
20--The New York Association of Realty Managers, NYARM, holds its monthly membership meeting, starting with a pre-lunch LEARNING SESSION from 11 a.m.