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To gain ownership of the Suez Canal.
Both names should be on the title.
I will be taking ownership of the car tomorrow.
Paul claimed ownership to the house. that is one example!
My friend is so proud of having a ownership with his dog.
The word "ownership" is an abstract noun, meaning that it cannot be touched or felt.
It doesn't matter what grade you're in -- the word still means the same thing! Here are some sentences.They both claimed ownership of the car.I'm happy to finally have ownership of my own home.The ownership of the diamond is in question.
The word gain is a verb. The past tense is gained. Gain can also be a noun.
what word means farm animals or part ownership in a corporation this question have the some meaning?
so they can gain money of cou rse