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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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The main form of wealth in the region was human property, owned primarily by the holdover planters.
Trump administration officials believe leaks of the president's conversation with Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov earlier this month were a "deliberate attempt" by Obama holdovers in a bid to tarnish the 70-year-old Republican's presidency.
Abbott replaced two of those holdovers with private attorneys on Thursday, naming Chad Craycraft of Dallas and Katie Kennedy of Houston to the commission.
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But the holdover economy minister, Roberto Lavagna, says the plan is practical.
Propelled by the dire situation of sea turtles around the world, researchers have redoubled their efforts to collect data on the behavior and biology of these holdovers from the days of the dinosaurs.
(The magazine's recent sponsorship of Alexander Cockburn, the world's wittiest and most infuriatingly rigid Marxist journalist, has done nothing to dispel this impression.) Moreover, due to the recent rightward swing of much of the opinion press--most notably at the always au courant offices of its primary competitor, The New Republic--The Nation has earned the reputation in Washington as something of a museum piece, written by bearded Jewish radicals for sixties holdovers and public librarians.
The only holdovers will be Sotto, Chiu, Jed Diaz, Daniel David, and Joaquin Jaymalin.
Teng will join holdovers Jay-R Taganas and Ryan Arambulo, as well as draft picks Renz Palma of UE, and Jeepy Faundo and Embons Bonleon of UST.
In June, commission critics sent a letter to state leaders pressing them to deal with "holdovers," members who are serving despite the fact their terms have expired.
Sony's "The Social Network" scored high marks in some debut markets, with holdovers like France and the U.K.
In June, commission critics sent a letter to state leaders pressing them to deal with "holdovers," or members who are serving despite the fact their terms have expired.