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Have or having may refer to:
- the concept of ownership - Max Weber states that "Have" is cognate with the German word, "Hufe", which is the share of the individual German peasant in "the garden land,arable, pasture and forest", together constituting "the hide".
- any concept of possession; see Possession (disambiguation)
- an English verb used either:
- to denote linguistic possession in a broad sense
- as an auxiliary verb; see English auxiliaries and contractions
- in constructions such as have something done; see English passive voice: Additional passive constructions
- Having (album), an album by Trespassers William
- HAVING, a clause in the SQL programming language
- Weber, Max (1961). General Economic History. New York: Collier Books. p. 5.
- Has (disambiguation)
- Had (disambiguation)
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