But I think Steve Austin has to team up with a Japanese holdout to stop a nuclear bomb from going off or something.
Griesa said that those bankers had to divide the money equally among all bondholders--holdout and not--if it paid anyone.
Jeremy Piven was the holdout, but he has been convinced (and will be paid handsomely for it).
A better machine than the Kepplinger, of San Francisco, holdout.
The earliest account we have of anything in the holdout line is the cuff-box described by Houdin.
This holdout is the lightest and smoothest working arm pressure sleeve holdout made.
From the holdout, the cord which works the slide is led to the elbow-joint, where it passes around a pulley (c).
The effect of the holdout when used in the game of Poker, as described in the last chapter, is to work the top-stock for draught.
Whilst shuffling the cards, the dealer causes the holdout to add the 'odd' card to the pack.
A represents the position of the various parts at such times as the holdout may be either inoperative or containing the balls.