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holt

1
Archaic or poetic a wood or wooded hill

holt

2
the burrowed lair of an animal, esp an otter

Holt

Harold Edward. 1908--67, Australian statesman; prime minister (1966--67); believed drowned
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It means Holt's assistant, David Martindale will take charge for the home clash against Jim Goodwin's men.
Holt, 38, sees the Shrewsbury boss as a modern-style manager with old-fashioned values of hard work.
As mentioned in the summaries above, many of the contributors approach Holt's work through the composer's extramusical inspirations--notably poetry, the visual arts, and mythology--in order to explain how Holt "tease [s] out possibilities" in these source materials, rather than "attempting] ...
Now "we're in a holding pattern until we come to some sort of agreement between our governments," Holt said.
Holt, who raised his middle finger to a judge earlier this month at Liverpool Crown Court, was high on cocaine when he alsobrandished a knife at an off-licence, armed with a six to eight inch blade.
Now, thug Holt has been jailed for eight and a half years after he was caught minding a double-barrelled, 12 gauge shotgun, and also carrying out a supermarket raid during which he sprayed bleach in a security officer's face.
Holt posted a picture on Instagram confirming her second marriage.
Venture capital fund Rokk3r Fuel ExO has announced a strategic venture capital partnership with the Canada-based Holt Fintech Accelerator Program, the company said.
Holt said, "We arrived in the nation on Saturday quickly passed through the immigration after going through a very lengthy customs inspection of not only our equipment our personal items down to the novels were reading but we have been treated with respect here."
Holt, 39, lost 4-0 to Judd Trump at Glasgow's Emirates Arena.
I'r de o Gaer, i'r gogledd-ddwyrain o Wrecsam, ydi pentref Holt hyd yn oed yng Nghymru?