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holdover

noun carry over, individual who stays on, one who remains, one who stays on, relic, remainder, reeaining portion
Associated concepts: eviction, holdover tenant
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Holdover Dino Babers moves from coaching receivers to running backs.
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.
It's 1986 and Jack (Day-Lewis) and 16-year-old Rose (Camilla Belle) are living on a remote East Coast island, the only holdovers from a utopian commune.
Once the players took the court for pregame warmups, the fans were unanimous in their support of the new-look Lakers, a team with only six holdovers from last season's star-studded cast.
The strongest holdovers in the top 10 over Labor Day weekend were Disney's ``The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement,'' DreamWorks' ``Collateral'' and Universal's ``The Bourne Supremacy.
The bigger factor will be if holdovers such as Dickey and Drese can join the ageless Kenny Rogers (7-2) to give the Rangers a semblance of consistency in their unlikely bid to contend.