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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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Being able to see the reticle clearly at 3X or 4X (where it will most likely be used) trumps the need to accurately holdover at 7X or 8X.
A third holdover, Wilhelmina Delco, was also appointed by Dewhurst.
6 million) than "King's Speech" during its holdover year.
Holdover Dino Babers moves from coaching receivers to running backs.
We want to avoid holdovers because we might be blamed for favoring the incumbents," added Commissioner Robert Lim, chair of the Comelec's steering committee on barangay elections.
year: +3% (in millions of $) Holdovers 58% $384 New films 42% $279 Top grosser of period Holdover The Chronicles of Narnia $52 New film Hostel $46 2005 Jan.
And in the Bush administration, "Clinton administration holdovers such as [State Department official] John Maisto seem to be calling many of the shots on Brazil policy," notes Brant.
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.