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Holdover

1. A check received too late in the day to be processed. Holdovers are local or in-state, but a hold is placed on them until the next business day. See also: Check hold.

2. See: Holdover tenant.
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Vectron's OX-203 Holdover Oscillators are available direct at www.
There are three core families of fluids: Type I, Type II and Type IV and they differ according to their function and the holdover (ongoing anti-icing protection) they provide.
They went a step further and included holdover bars on the horizontal crosshair.
It incorporates bars, small dots, and vertical bars for wind on each horizontal holdover bar.
The bars are precise, very crisp, and with a little work on a ballistics program, they can be used for wind holdover as well as for quickly ranging animals when your rangefinder's battery fails or you simply don't have time to use it.
Equally alarming, Alessandro Benedetti, one of the Versatile 4 director nominees proposed by the Holdover 5 Majority, was also the subject of a criminal investigation which led to his arrest on charges including false accounting for which he subsequently pled guilty and accepted a sentence of imprisonment, according to a Justice on the High Court of Justice Chancery Division of the United Kingdom.
Kenneth Denos, a member of the Holdover Majority 5, was the President and CEO of MCCA, and is CEO of MCC Global N.
Dorrell said his overhauled coaching staff, which includes six new assistants and three holdovers in different roles than in 2005, will take time gaining cohesion and continuity in training camp.
In any case, the shooter has to do some thinking, something required for any arrangement of holdover bars.
45s CSAC will be utilized as a holdover oscillator for the COTS CSAC GPSDO (Global Positioning System Disciplined Oscillator).
This design, Zhou says, is either a holdover from ancestors or a reversion to a previous form from a modern-style feather.
A holdover from the hippie era, which was fading away as disco took hold.