The collection was classic Holland, in the sense that it paired a vibrant palette with heavy doses of humor.
“I like the concept of this operatic violence,” Holland says.
And when Chasen was hired to work at MGM in the early '90s, she continued to pay Holland out of her pocket.
Praise also to Holland Taylor, who, at age 70, wrote and stars in Ann, the one-woman play about the late governor Ann Richards.
Holland was well aware, though, that her feminist friends were aghast at her career choice.
He draws you aside and says to you: "Sir, will you have some books from Holland?"
This was doubtless the reason which decided Hudson to take service in Holland.
The next stage was the Dutch lacquered panel actually produced in Holland.
Lewis was bent on the ruin of Holland and the annexation of Flanders.
A lighter used in Holland, and the ports of the Baltic, for loading and unloading merchant ships.
"the Netherlands," early 14c., from Dutch Holland, probably Old Dutch holt lant "wood land," describing the district around Dordrecht, the nucleus of Holland. Technically, just one province of the Netherlands, but in English use extended to the whole nation.
A part of The Netherlands. Holland is a common name for the entire country.