Examples of holdover in a Sentence
He is the only holdover from their last championship team.
This policy is a holdover from the previous administration.
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The anti-Trump news is still determined to accomplish what so far the Clinton campaign, Obama holdovers, and deep-state bureaucrats have not: so discredit Trump the messenger that his message becomes irrelevant.
Among the holdovers, only 24-year-old Jose Berrios whiffed more than 8.0 per nine (8.6), while staff ace Ervin Santana was right at 7.1.
For the holdovers, these are strange times. San Diego, for the first time in decades, is headed into a calendar year without an NFL club in its midst.
In the era of Trump, there weren’t many regulators with the will to take this on, so Warren focused on Yellen, an Obama-era holdover.
To date, four of the six under secretary of state positions remain unfilled and one is held by an Obama-era holdover.
Of course, holdovers such as Dan Straily, Justin Bour, Martin Prado, Miguel Rojas and others are expected to participate, as well.
Those fish will join holdovers that had all winter to forget about anglers.
Then there are the holdovers in there, including Arkansas.
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Examples of hold over in a Sentence
the golf tournament had to be held over until the line of thunderstorms had passed through
Recent Examples of hold over from the Web
These numbers are evidence that the Olympics still has a strong hold over this group of folks.
District wrestling tournaments were held over the weekend in Class 6A, 3A and 2A/1A. Rene Ferran takes a look back at everything that went down ... *** Text by Rene Ferran, who reports on high school wrestling for The Oregonian/OregonLive.
Originally called Coming Together in Skokie, the program was the brainchild of five women leaders in Skokie who wanted to expand on the village's successful Festival of Cultures held over a spring weekend every year.
Jones says that after the lead exposure, Dakota was held over in special ed in second grade.
West Brom persisted to impress as Liverpool were prevented from grabbing any sort of hold over the flow of play.
Night shift officers were held over through the morning to help respond to crashes and calls.
The company’s 47th annual auction in Scottsdale, which was held over the weekend, was no different.
Mikhail Oleg Lev, 41, of Encino, Calif., was held over the weekend in lieu of $1 million bail.
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legal Definition of hold over
- one who holds over in possession of a building after the expiration of a term of years
- —B. N. Cardozo
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