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He is the only holdover from their last championship team.
This policy is a holdover from the previous administration.
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Among the holdovers for Baldwin are Brock Stull, who led the Panthers in scoring (13.5 points per game) and rebounding (6.6); leading assist man August Haas (3.8); big men Brett Prahl and Bryce Nze; and top reserve Jeremiah Bell.
Something that many women, this one included, see as a profoundly offensive paternalistic holdover from a time when women didn’t make their own decisions like any other fully realized adult human being?
The National Anti-Corruption Bureau, for example, created recently as a condition of the IMF’s lending, has been unable to ring up convictions in courts filled with holdovers from the old system.
By comparison, just one of Trump’s first 11 nominees—58-year-old Judge David Nye, who is actually a conservative-leaning Obama holdover—is older than the average nominee in Obama’s first wave.
Year over year, weekend revenue was down roughly 10 percent as A Bad Moms Christmas opened behind expectations and a crop of holdovers continued to underwhelm.
Sabathia, reliever David Robertson and left fielder Brett Gardner are the only holdovers from the Yankees' last World Series team eight years ago -- in Joe Girardi's second season as their manager.
Myles Turner, a budding star and one of the few holdovers, and Victor Oladipo (acquired in the George deal) figure to be the leaders, along with former Sixer Thaddeus Young.
The doors were a holdover from the days when the building was the Union Savings & Trust Company Bank.
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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
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Taping was held over the weekend at The Fillmore Miami Beach and premieres at 8 p.m. Tuesday.
What was trash can doing on the sidelines during the Volunteers’ multiple overtime victory against Georgia Tech, and why was somebody holding over their heads?
The doctor administers the update through a wand held over the site of the implanted pacemaker.
The first human library was held over four days, eight hours each day, and included more than 50 different books.
The Woodlands entered the postseason as co-champions of District 12-6A. Thanks to a tiebreaker held over Oak Ridge, the Lady Highlanders (35-2) were the top seed in bi-district play and dispatched Mesquite Horn in three sets Tuesday.
Another feature held over from the Creators Update and now available is Windows Defender Application Guard for Edge.
First, and most important, the Supreme Court has held over and over again that there is no right to proportional representation.
The Lebanon Historical Society and Ye Old Lebanon Town Militia collaborated on a Revolutionary War Encampment, held over the weekend of Sept. 9 and 10 on the grounds of the Historical Society Museum.
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- one who holds over in possession of a building after the expiration of a term of years
- —B. N. Cardozo
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