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This is a person who have something for own for example shop. This is a boss.
This could be a person who have many houses for own. This is a rich person.
By Magda on 04.06.2015
You’re not the boss of me. I’m my own person. You can’t tell me how I’m supposed to act or when it is OK to feel. I don’t run on your timetable–I exist on my own plane. A plane that I need to explore myself before I can return to this land. And the lack of support is disheartening. You don’t believe. If I’m not doing, acting, saying, feeling, thinking what you want, you don’t believe in me or my success.
So, instead, I get the cold shoulder, the hushed whispers, the half-eyed, glazed look out of the corner of your eye as you try not to look at me. Because, to you, I must be a huge disappointment.
By Elise P. URL on 04.06.2015
When I think about ownership I’d never thought it would have applied to me. It’s strange, so willing give up much to gain so much. It’s not for everyone I guess, but it works for me.
By OneVoice on 04.06.2015
no one owns anything like the word is just really controlling i dont like it like who invented this word and why can they make it nicer .
By jenny on 04.06.2015
no one owns anything like the word is just really controlling i dont like it who invented this word and why can they make it nicer . i dont like it at all and thats all i have to say about this word
ones a house and other items also ones pets and vecle.
By ESB on 04.06.2015
One who has something of one’s own self
invested, imparted, inspired
claiming and naming
the owner was as skeptical about the customer as he was about himself. he knew his ways well enough to mistrust the ways of anyone who resembled him, even remotely. he could sense the slick behind a smile as his smile hid more than it revealed, even on an honest day.
By Safon on 04.06.2015
a division of Identity Crisis, Inc.