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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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Comelec Chair Sixto Brillantes said this was to prevent the incumbent officials from remaining at their posts in holdover capacity after their terms expire at noon of that date.
Having them as holdovers would defeat the purpose of experimenting whether the barangays can function without the SK council," he said.
The Dodgers formally introduced their new coaching staff on Wednesday, and with special coach Manny Mota and bullpen catcher Rob Flippo the only holdovers, the underlying but overwhelming theme was change.
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Special coach Manny Mota and bullpen catcher Rob Flippo are the only holdovers from former manager Jim Tracy's staff.
With that done, Tracy quickly began stocking his new coaching staff with holdovers from his old one.
There are brightly colored fabrics, tribal figurines, Oriental rugs and Moroccan tables, as well as some wrought-iron holdovers from the hotel's past.
The commission members - holdovers from the previous mayoral administration who may soon be replaced - said they plan to send Chick a letter outlining issues they would like to see addressed.