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hold everything

Also, hold it. Stop, wait. These expressions are usually used in the imperative, as in Hold everything, we can't unload the truck yet, or Hold it, you've gone far enough. [First half of 1900s]
See also: everything, hold
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Dick complied, his eyes wandering all the time from the temple on the table, which seemed to do everything, to the great trunk which seemed to hold everything.
It must hold everything that thou hast seen or touched or considered.
It's a clean, simple design and has a decent 67-litre capacity with elastic straps to hold everything in place, a separate zipped mesh compartments for documents and a handy external pocket for newspapers and magazines.
Hold everything in hot new bags, clutches, and totes
EASTENDERS BBC1, 8pm It's Nancy's 21st birthday and Linda's desperately trying to hold everything together.
A practical and stylish tote to hold everything you could ever need to carry and more.
Named after the finest cut of meat your grill will ever see, the Backstrap Waist Pack from Timber Hawk can hold everything an on-the-go hunter will need.
Packed with compartments and tons of small features like waterproof pouches, it'll hold everything from baby supplies, bottles, and cell phones to workout gear.
The European politicians hold everything under control and a solution is being looked for.
The earthquake in 1992 had shifted everything sideways and it was a massive task trying to hold everything up without dislodging anything further.
This season could hold everything for us," he said.
When Hold Everything is excluded, net revenues for the company increased 4.
Gerwyn Davies tried hard to hold everything together with 40 not out when Great Western batted, but Ajax Khan took 4-16 and Neil Mantell 4-38 to get them all out for 144.
BIG SPACE: Stores like well-priced Ikea, B&Q and Argos have sturdy (paintable) furniture to hold everything from clothes to CDs.
electrical forces, instead, hold the planets in orbit and hold everything down on the earth's surface.