HOLP


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HOLPHeld Object's Last Position (gaming)
HOLPHealth of Londoners Project (UK)
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Was holp affectionately to argue in prayer the promise of being heard because asking in Christ's name.
Holp says it will honor its customers' book orders before it closes its business.
A Shakespearean reading of the Joseph story emphasizes also the role of Providence in human affairs.(25) The characters of The Tempest see the hand of Providence at work throughout the play, from Prospero's assertion that he and Miranda were "blessedly holp hither" to the island "by Providence divine" in Act 1 (2.63 and 159) to Ferdinand's declaration that Miranda is his "by immortal Providence" and Gonzalo's celebration of the turns of fortune at the end.
And his great love, sharp as his spur, hath holp him To his home before us.
Joyce memorably clarifies, concerning his book, "No, so holp me Petault, it is not a miseffectual .
Vernon Tull surmises that he has "never see him with a shirt on that looked like it was his in all my life" and as a result, "Like most folks around here, I done holp him so much already I cant quit now" (AILD 31-32, 33).
"Look at Gretel!" exclaimed Peter Von Holp, who was Hilda's friend.