- n an official who remains in office after his term
- n something that has survived from the past
a holdover from the sixties
- It may be a holdover from the country's beginnings.
- Park, Diebenkorn and Bischoff regularly drew together from live models, eschewing abstract expressionism's notion of drawing "from the subconscious," a holdover from surrealist .
- LaHood, a downstate Republican, is the President-elect's first full Republican appointee Defense Secretary Robert Gates, a Bush Administration holdover, is a registered .
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June 7, 2013 - The Journal News
- Franklin Drilon in Inquirer.net
If no numbers are achieved, then Sen. Enrile becomes a holdover,Drilon said.
- Louis Greenwald in PR Newswire (press release)
Greenwald called the limit a "holdover from a bygone era" and said his legislation would help create jobs and spur economic growth.
- Mike Mussina in Los Angeles Dodgers
I think people were looking at me last year because I was the one steady holdover, the one who threw 200 innings every year and won 15 games every year, so they looked to me as the No. 1 starter,Mussina said. "Now here we are all over...