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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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Much of the impact to anglers will come later in the fishing season because many of the Alpers caught on opening day are holdovers.
1 million over the weekend, easily fending off a trio of new films, ``Secret Window,'' ``Agent Cody Banks 2,'' and ``Spartan,'' as well as popular holdovers ``Starsky and Hutch'' and ``Hidalgo'' to retain the top spot.
In addition to reviewing the residency of commissioners, Martinez said the review - expected later this week - will include the number of commissioners appointed by Hahn as well as those that are holdovers from former Mayor Richard Riordan.
15 in 2002, for now will rejoin holdovers John Lackey, Ramon Ortiz and Aaron Sele to go along with new acquisitions Bartolo Colon and Kelvim Escobar.
With Kobe Bryant, Shaquille O'Neal and Karl Malone all sidelined indefinitely by injuries, George figured to become the Lakers' second option on offense after Gary Payton, the two being the only holdovers in the starting lineup.
I guess our hard work paid off,'' said junior Shannon Vastine, one of three holdovers from last year's team.