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Holmes

1. Oliver Wendell. 1809--94, US author, esp of humorous essays, such as The Autocrat of the Breakfast Table (1858) and its sequels
2. his son, Oliver Wendell. 1841--1935, US jurist, noted for his liberal judgments
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Cris Cyborg (L) and Holly Holm (R) (AP Photo/John Locher)
Holm chose the University of Iowa from several schools that offered him a wrestling scholarship.
Holly Holm (+315) (Women's Featherweight Championship)
In 2010, Jacob Holm completed a strategic analysis aiming to identify opportunities to expand the capabilities and product portfolio.
Professor Tony Alabaster, associate dean in Research and External Engagement and Head of Pharmacy, Health andChristian Holm Well-being added: "Dr Holm's Danish model could give us some proven and practical techniques to prevent and manage childhood obesity in the North East region.
Founded in 1794, Jacob Holm is a spunlaced nonwoven fabrics company, with production facilities in France and the US and headquarters in Switzerland.
When asked to give some examples, Holm explained that her division "offers a variety of programming to inmates, including Alcoholics Anonymous, life-skill classes, financial and parenting classes.
It would be a terrible loss if Flat Holm was hived off and ceased to be an attraction for the general public," he said.
However, 11-time and three-weight world champion Holm, who boasts Irish heritage, claims she is the best woman warrior in the world at present and is keen to cement her status by fighting Taylor.
After seven months of planning, tens of thousands of dollars raised, and hundreds of hours of labor, Holm was able to offer them this memorial honoring their loved ones.
The number of smart devices is growing exponentially" in China, said Holm, a former executive at mobile-phone maker Nokia.
Drawing from Claude Duchet's observations on the signification of the subtitle in two different articles ("Discours social et texte italique dans Madame Bovary" in Langages de Flaubert (1976) and "Etranges moeurs de province" in Le magazine litteraire (2006)), Holm adds his own interpretive twist to the importance of Flaubert's choice of subtitle by approaching it through the work of Mikhail Bakhtine.