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Gus·tav Theodore [goos-tahv], /ˈgʊs tɑv/, 1874–1934, English composer.
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I want to go into Mr. Holst's office, and learn commercial work—and keep myself.Three Dramas|Bjrnstjerne M. Bjrnson
The hero, David Holst, is one of those unhappy beings who seem doomed to a more than ordinary share of the ills of life.The Visionary|Jonas Lie
The Danish poet Holst was then in Rome; he had received this year a travelling pension.The True Story of My Life|Hans Christian Andersen
That bitter atmosphere, reproduced by Parton and von Holst, was perpetuated a generation later by Lodge.Webster's Seventh of March Speech, and the Secession Movement|Herbert Darling Foster
Holst and Froelich described this lesion in one of their early communications.Scurvy Past and Present|Alfred Fabian Hess
British Dictionary definitions for Holst
/ (həʊlst) /
Dame Alison . born 1938, New Zealand chef.
Gustav (Theodore). 1874–1934, English composer. His works include operas, choral music, and orchestral music such as the suite The Planets (1917)
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