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holder

[′hōl·dər]
(electricity)
A device that mechanically and electrically accommodates one or more crystals, fuses, or other components in such a way that they can readily be inserted or removed.
References in classic literature ?
Holder, I shall now continue my investigations outside.
Holder," said he; "I can serve you best by returning to my rooms.
Holder, that you are nearing the end of your troubles.
1,000 will be given to the first position holder at primary school level, Rs.
Torres' younger brother, Cesar, 17, is the drummer and Daniel Holder, 20, is the lead guitarist.
In many cases, they are willing to accept a snapper who can just get the ball back to the holder or punter.
That is the message of Vice Admiral Gordon Holder, Director of Logistics, J-4, of The Joint Staff.
Once the clamp is acquired, then any single instrument holder can be attached to it.
For example, the issuance and exercise of an option generally do not immediately result in the partnership, the existing partners or the option holder recognizing income or loss.
In some states, such as Massachusetts, Virginia, and Kansas, specific monetary penalties may be imposed on a holder for failure to undertake required due diligence efforts.
Under these laws, when the applicable period has passed, the holder of the property is required to turn it (or its cash value) over to the state, which then holds it until claimed by its rightful owner.
Although watching Geoffrey Holder and Mercedes Ellington perform on the range in this kind of space was new entertainment for most of us, they were very much at home, on their separate evenings, with the raw ingredients of our dinners, a chopping block and a hot stove.