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Is there a name for configurations such as “I will have had…”?

Consider these two examples, I will have had eaten by that time. I will have had been working there for five years. To me, the first sentence seems to express the proposition that, it is the ...
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The use of “trespasses”

According to a dictionary search for "trespasses": v. Enter the owner's land or property without permission n. A voluntary wrongful act against the person or property of another, esp. unlawful entry ...
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The use of “have”: “have a map on it” and “have a colony in the country”

I would like to know about the use of "have" combined with prepositional phrases. (ex.1) The table has a map on it. Example 1 can be paraphrased as "there is a map on the table". In this case, ...