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1 She holds a large integrated complex spread everywhere in the world.
2 Actress Jennifer Lim plays Xi Yan, a fierce local official who holds the keys to the American's deal.
3 couple always holds a little celebration every year on their wedding anniversary.
4 He holds on to his poor life although he's rich now.
5 She still holds to her own views.
6 Eerie and otherworldly, Salar DE Uyuni holds intensely blue skies, red and green lagoons, pink flamingos, smoking volcanoes, giant cacti, hot springs and spitting geysers.
7 Geysers erupt when sunlight evaporates volatile deposits of nitrogen, and a thin atmosphere of nitrogen holds tenuous clouds in weather patterns that change with Triton's seasons.
8 I don't think the rule holds in traffic court.
9 Hidden in the desert canyons west of the Nile, the Valley of the Kings holds the tombs of King Tut and his royal relatives.
10 He never holds resentment or bitterness against anyone, whether they repent or not.
11 The World Poker Tour holds its championship finals in Las Vegas.
12 The contorted tale of ti, which culminated in the resignation of its chairman, Marco Tronchetti Provera, in September, holds two lessons about doing business in Italy.
13 Ben holds dear an ambitious goal to retire at the age of 55, but there is nothing concrete that he does in order to succeed.
14 Thin, bendable wire is the only evidence of rebar, the material that holds concrete structures together.
15 This blue planet, and near her, the white moon that holds us in her gravitational pull so that we spin at the speed of life.
16 A working-class Hispanic woman is far more likely to be a single mother than her white and wealthy counterpart, yet the male-female happiness gap holds in East Hampton and East L.A. alike.
17 It is the tree viewer that holds on to them itself and passes them as arguments to each method in the content provider.
18 s ambition to maximise the personal information it holds on users is so great that the search engine envisages a day when it can tell people what jobs to take and how they might spend their days off.
19 We know not where it comes from, only that it holds the power to create worlds and fill them with life.
20 The Caspian holds a great amount of sturgeon, which yield eggs that are processed into caviar.
21 Around Xian, the Famen temple enjoys the reputation of being the 'forefather of pagodas and temples in Central Shaanxi,' because it holds the finger bones of Sakyamuni — the founder of Buddhism.
22 These are sometimes carted away by mule -drawn carriages, a jarring metaphor for the way in which China holds onto an agrarian past even as it speeds into the future.
23 And because fiber holds water, it fills your stomach, so your appetite is naturally satisfied with fewer calories than normal.
24 Legend holds that Native Americans Shared cranberries with the Pilgrims at the first Thanksgiving in 1621.
25 That street holds another restaurant.
26 institute holds an annual conference called the Singularity Summit. (Kurzweil co-founded that too.)
27 holds for creation, looked upon as one of the possible attitudes for the man conscious of the absurd, holds for all the styles of life open to him.
28 The freezer holds one ancient package of sausage (I look at the date, then throw it out), one bag of peas, and half a dozen plastic containers full of ice.
29 He exclaims he is proud of his children, and he adores his grandchildren; he holds them one by one on his knee, plays with them and tells them folk tales whenever they come to visit.
30 The new model also holds that the companion object is a so-called "B star" circled by a dusty disk.