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Some articles on holds, hold:

Llanmaes - Amenities
... road lie remains of a Roman fort and the Churchyard holds one of the largest and oldest Celtic crosses in South Wales (Much restoration work has been carried out both to the cross and the church) ... The church also holds many pre-reformation murals that have escaped damage and were recently exposed during renovations ... this section of the village (Which is liable to flooding but holds the oldest, most picturesque cottages and houses) lies the remains of the keep to the Norman castle ...
Strangleholder
... technique)) is a general term for grappling hold that critically reduces or prevents either air (choking) or blood (strangling) from passing through the neck ... may be of one or both and depends on the hold used and the reaction of the victim ... The lack of blood or air may lead to unconsciousness or even death if the hold is maintained ...
Moses Ali - Education
... He holds the degree of Bachelor of Laws (LLB), obtained from Uganda's oldest university, Makerere University ... He also holds the Diploma in Legal Practice, from the Law Development Center in Kampala, Uganda ... Moses Ali also holds military qualifications from military educational institutions in Uganda, Israel and the United Kingdom ...
Carlsbad High School (Carlsbad, New Mexico) - Rivalries
... Carlsbad holds the overall series against both in baseball and softball, while Clovis holds football and Hobbs holds basketball ... schools as "The Eddy County War." Carlsbad holds an overall series in football, but by less than 10 wins as Artesia has beat the Cavemen 6 times in a row ...
Schuster Laboratory - Facilities
... Rutherford is the largest of the lecture theatres, holding 258, while Bragg holds 150, Blackett holds 145 and Moseley holds 148 ...

Famous quotes containing the word holds:

    Life every man holds dear, but the dear man
    Holds honor far more precious-dear than life.
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)

    Wise Draco comes, deep in the midnight roll
    Of black artillery; he comes, though late;
    In code corroborating Calvin’s creed
    And cynic tyrannies of honest kings;
    He comes, nor parlies; and the Town, redeemed,
    Gives thanks devout; nor, being thankful, heeds
    The grimy slur on the Republic’s faith implied,
    Which holds that Man is naturally good,
    And—more—is Nature’s Roman, never to be
    scourged.
    Herman Melville (1819–1891)

    He holds him with his glittering eye—
    The Wedding Guest stood still,
    And listens like a three years’ child:
    The Mariner hath his will.
    Samuel Taylor Coleridge (1772–1834)