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Holst

[ hohlst ]
/ hoʊlst /
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noun
Gus·tav Theodore [goos-tahv], /ˈgʊs tɑv/, 1874–1934, English composer.
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Holst
/ (həʊlst) /

noun
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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