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Holt

(hōlt),
Mary, 20th-century English cardiologist. See: Holt-Oram syndrome.
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In the coverage, Holt said, "I suspect we were invited here because it's not what people expect to see in North Korea, a modern ski resort it's patriotic music and videos blaring in the background with a lot of families out enjoying themselves.
When he sold his company, the new owners decided they didnt want a jet, but Holt had the perfect mission to keep his Phenom flying.
Holt burst into tears and held his head in his hands, while his mum sobbed and hugged relatives.
The pair, of Albert Road, Halesowen, were jailed in January, with Holt receiving three years and her husband nine months.
Holt said the Florida Department of Corrections has identified about 1,000 cases that will be eligible for resentencing hearings under Graham/Miller and other related rulings.
But Holt knows he can't afford to be seen hanging out with close friend Durnan off the field now that they will be Tayside rivals.
Holt had given $1,000 to Abbott's gubernatorial campaign, all of which Abbott will re-donate to charity.
Mr Holt was last seen on September 27, 2012, at his home in Albany Road, Dalton.
According to Patterson, Holt Dental's sales were approximately USD 15m in 2013, and the transaction is expected to be modestly accretive in its first year.
In return, members of Holts' Professional Panel will receive a bundle of Holts Professional products and workwear, in addition to being the first to test new products.
Holt, who rose to prominence as lead singer with The Paragons, is best known for penning The Tide Is High, a smash hit for Blondie.
Holt only had to spend three years in the minors, all with the Pirates, before getting a look in 2012 and he did well with Pittsburgh, batting .