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have hair
 v. phr.— «Our strategy is to be aggressive sellers in three to six years, whether through a sale of an asset or a spinoff of a business. We’re not just buyers and holders.…Because we deal with things that have hair, we’ll outperform people purely playing the cycle.» —“The Ground Floor: Opportunity Funds Vie With REITs in Hot Market” by Peter Slatin Barron’s Mar. 2, 1998. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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