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hols

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishholshols /hɒlz $ hɑːlz/ noun [plural] 🔊 🔊 British English old-fashionedHOLIDAY holidays
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holsThere's something to have a bash at while you're relaxing over the Christmas hols!And as Arnie S is on his hols at the mo, Turrican is the man to help.Most of my driving is on tarmac with some beach work whilst on hols launching my boat.I've got some news on Batty from an article I read over the hols.I think the defence as a whole unit has played tremendously well over the hols.People come and borrow my suitcases for their hols and I always seem to have the perfect choice for their requirements.He only noticed when he arrived home near Milan from their hols.But don't take this as an excuse to skimp on insurance when you book your hols.
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