noun British Dialect.
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One month after the operation, Holm arrived in a ghostly Stanleyville posing as a State Department representative.
“Nobody sent us over there to be sure it was a nice guy,” Holm says.
“Congo was clearly just a pawn in the global chessboard of West vs. East,” Holm says.
“It is, I think, almost as bad today as the day I crashed,” Holm says of the Congo.
Holm is claiming responsibility, saying he did it as an "experiment with the flaw" in Twitter.
Holm walked back to the office with his hat at a more than usually rakish angle, as was his way when in high spirits.
Beneath a sunny hill, a grove was standing, thick set with holm oaks; and in its branches lurked full many a bird.
Vindt judged that Holm was now in the best of tempers, and proposed to utilise the opportunity.
And it was Holm's great ambition to get the better of him and make the banker burn his fingers in a way he should remember.
Not so handsome, true, but of a gentler type, thought Holm to himself as he looked at the fresh young face.