HOL

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AcronymDefinition
HOLHigh(er) Order Language
HOLHoliday
HOLHollywood (Amtrak station code; Hollywood, FL)
HOLHolland
HOLHouse of Lords
HOLHands on Learning (various locations)
HOLHardware Online (Danish portal)
HOLHouse of Luck (gaming)
HOLHouse of Leaves (Mark Z. Danielewski novel)
HOLHuman Occupied Landfill (role-playing game)
HOLHall of Light (database of Amiga games)
HOLHellas Online (Greece)
HOLHigher Order Logic
HOLHigher Order Language
HOLHands-On Labs
HOLHigh Order Language
HOLHead of Line
HOLHoliday & Leave
HOLHeart of Love
HOLHigh On Life
HOLHalls of Lightning (World of Warcraft)
HOLHogwarts Online (Harry Potter books virtual school)
HOLHammer of Light (FreeSpace game)
HOLHoly Order of the Light (gaming guild)
HOLHarrison's Online
HOLHardOp Lachen (Dutch: Laughing Out Loud)
HOLHead of Laboratory
HOLHeight of Lift (cranes/lifting equipment)
HOLHarvick Online (Nascar driver website)
HOLHigher Order Loss (fiber optic cable)
HOLHarbingers of Lloth (World of Warcraft guild)
HOLHungary Online List
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This is the only place on Earth where there is what I call a 'geographical locus' for literature in the Hollywood novel,'' says Bruce Wagner, a filmmaker (``I'm Losing You,'' based on his novel) and author.
A decade ago, Hollywood and Vine was synonymous with blight, crime and neglect," said Los Angeles City Councilman Eric Garcetti, whose district includes Hollywood.
Consumers demand such high-tech hardware as computers and TiVos precisely because they want to be able to take advantage of new technology and record TV shows; burn CDs, and swap MP3s, regardless of whether Hollywood deems such activities predatory.
Jerome, the CPUSA's cultural commissar, set up a Hollywood branch of the party.
6, 2000, when Jesse James Hollywood, then 20, and four of his followers went looking for Ben Markowitz to settle the drug debt he owed, court documents said.
To understand how Hollywood came to this point, it is useful to review a little history.
Hollywood Park began the more than $8 million project of replacing its natural surface in July, a couple of months after the California Legislature passed a bill requiring the state's five major thoroughbred tracks to go synthetic by the end of 2007.
19 Hollywood Prevue Stakes serves as the traditional prep for the Futurity.