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an official who remains in office after his term

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something that has survived from the past

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Congress last year approved a similar bill postponing the 2016 barangay and Sangguniang Kabataan elections to October 23, 2017, with the officials retaining a holdover position.
It incorporates bars, small dots, and vertical bars for wind on each horizontal holdover bar.
The 17th Congress in 2016 approved a similar bill postponing the 2016 barangay and Sangguniang Kabataan elections to 2017, with the officials retaining a holdover position.
In the meantime and in the exigency of service, I consider myself on a holdover status and awaiting further orders and instructions from the Office of the President,' Dineros said in a statement.
This would now involve the issue of whether it would be just plain and simple postponement of the elections and [retention of officials in a] holdover capacity,' Tugna said.
Petitioner New York city Housing Authority brought a holdover proceeding against respondent tenant on the ground that the apartment was allegedly being used for drug-related criminal activity.
The said law, which reset the elections to October 2017, simply extended the tenures of incumbent barangay officials in a holdover capacity.
They will also be able to try four or five holdover dishes from the Matterhorn's menu, said Monteleone.
The commencement of the holdover proceeding took place on February 10, 1997, about four months after the dog was brought into the development.
The T0 DPLL provides the filtering, holdover, and phase-buildout capabilities of the system and is configurable for a wide variety of usage scenarios.
25, but the telecommunications and utilities magnate stayed on a holdover capacity to address a pair of significant concerns-the Philippine bid to host the 2019 Fiba World Championship won by China and the just-concluded Fiba Asia Championship also in China.
Thus we can look forward to a good jazz and pop haven along with some holdover oom-pah-pah.
The tenant, on the other hand, defended her position and moved for summary judgment to dismiss the landlord's holdover petition, claiming that she is protected by the "Pet Law," which provides that if a lease contains a "no pet" clause, the landlord must commence eviction proceedings against a tenant who harbors a pet within three months of learning of the presence of the pet.
HOLDOVER Italian dishes on the menu of the new Native Cafe in Calabasas quickly remind diners how long it was called Gaetano's.
His daughter, Shivaun O'Casey, in opposing a non-primary residence holdover proceeding, recently spun her own story in Civil Court, attempting to explain away both eyewitness testimony and documentary evidence placing her outside the New York apartment.