HOL

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AcronymDefinition
HOLHigh(er) Order Language
HOLHoliday
HOLHolland
HOLHardware Online (Danish portal)
HOLHall of Light (database of Amiga games)
HOLHellas Online (Greece)
HOLHigher Order Logic
HOLHands-On Labs
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)
HOLHardOp Lachen (Dutch: Laughing Out Loud)
HOLHarrison's Online
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
HOLHouse of Leaves (Mark Z. Danielewski novel)
HOLHands on Learning (various locations)
References in classic literature ?
Let any man bet me ten pound as I shall see Cliff's Holiday, and I'll go and stand by myself.
The weather was fine, and though they were on their way southward before nine o'clock, there was already a great multitude of holiday people abroad upon the roads.
Not long ago some of our young men spent a holiday in rebuilding a cabin for a helpless coloured women who was about seventy-five years old.
On that same evening there was to be one of the balls that Iogel (the dancing master) gave for his pupils durings the holidays.
There was no one else in the yard except a stranger, the cook's husband, who had come for the holiday.
you have not given up your pleasant holiday in Italy on my account?
I expressed no regret at missing Captain Anthony and we proceeded in silence till, on approaching the holiday cottage, Fyne suddenly and unexpectedly broke it by the hurried declaration that he would go on with me a little farther.
When Flambeau took his month's holiday from his office in Westminster he took it in a small sailing-boat, so small that it passed much of its time as a rowing-boat.
you who are born into these racing railroad times, when there's a Great Exhibition, or some monster sight, every year, and you can get over a couple of thousand miles of ground for three pound ten in a five-weeks' holiday, why don't you know more of your own birthplaces?
Tom blows his horn and trots off, followed by the pack, by the whips, by the young gents from Winchester, by the farmers of the neighbourhood, by the labourers of the parish on foot, with whom the day is a great holiday, Sir Huddlestone bringing up the rear with Colonel Crawley, and the whole cortege disappears down the avenue.
But though he was taking a holiday now, that is to say, he was doing no writing, he was so used to intellectual activity that he liked to put into concise and eloquent shape the ideas that occurred to him, and liked to have someone to listen to him.
Walking into the City in the holiday afternoon, he walked against a living stream setting out of it; and thus, when he turned into the precincts of St Mary Axe, he found a prevalent repose and quiet there.