Holding may refer to:
- Holding (law), the central determination in a judicial opinion
- Holding (aviation)
- Earl Holding, the majority owner of Sinclair Oil
- Michael Holding, a cricketer
- Holding company, a company that owns stock in other companies
- Holding (American football), a common penalty in American football
- Therapeutic Holding, a method to manage violence and aggression in children
- Billy Holding, rugby league footballer of the 1920s, '30s, and '40s for Cumberland, Warrington, Rochdale Hornets
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... Holding was much admired during her day ... during its golden age of 1920–1940, said of Holding that she was “the top suspense writer of them all.” Literary critic Anthony Boucher wrote ... Boucher also praised Holding's Miss Kelly as "one of those too-rare juvenile fantasies with delightful appeal to the adult connoisseur." Holding's novel The Blank Wall (1947) was so ...
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