Holland

Hol'land noun A kind of linen first manufactured in Holland; a linen fabric used for window shades, children's garments, etc.; as, brown or unbleached hollands .
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Holland

• (n.) A kind of linen first manufactured in Holland; a linen fabric used for window shades, children`s garments, etc.; as, brown or unbleached hollands.
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Holland

historical region of The Netherlands, divided since 1840 into the provinces of Noord-Holland (North Holland) and Zuid-Holland (South Holland). It ... [13 related articles]
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Holland

city, Ottawa county, southwestern Michigan, U.S., on Lake Macatawa, an inlet of Lake Michigan, some 30 miles (50 km) southwest of Grand Rapids. In ...
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Holland

submersible vessel considered the principal forerunner of the modern submarine, designed by John Holland for the United States Navy and accepted by ... [2 related articles]
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holland

plainwoven unbleached or dull-finish linen used as furniture covering or a cotton fabric that is made more or less opaque by a glazed or unglazed ...
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Holland

Holland is a English girl name. The meaning of the name is `From Holland` The name Holland doesn`t appear In the US top 1000 most common names over de last 128 years. The name Holland seems to be unique!
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Holland

[hamlet] Holland, New York is a hamlet in the town of Holland in Erie County, New York, USA. ...
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Holland

[publisher] Holland (publisher) (Uitgeverij Holland) is an independent Dutch publishing house of books for children and books for adults, founded in 1921 by Jan Bernhard van Ulzen in Amsterdam. ==From 1921 until 1951== After having worked a few years as a sales representative for several publishing houses Jan Berhard van Ulzen established h...
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Holland

[surname] Toponomical surname indicative of ancestral origin in the Dutch region of Holland, the Netherlands, or the English region of Holland (Lincolnshire), or the English towns of Upholland (Lancashire) and Holland-on-Sea (Essex). It is also an Anglicized version of Ó hUallacháin (or Houlihan or Holohan) and is a common surname on the ...
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Holland

Holland, former county of the Holy Roman Empire and, from 1579 to 1795, chief member of the United Provinces of the Netherlands. Its name is popularly applied to the entire Netherlands. Holland has been divided since 1840 into two provinces, North Holland and South Holland. The county was created in...
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Holland

Holland, city (1990 pop. 30,745), Allegan and Ottawa counties, SW Mich., near Lake Michigan, on Lake Macatawa, in a dairy and poultry area; founded 1847 by Dutch settlers, inc. 1867. Furnaces have been made there since 1906. Other products include food and beverages, machinery, metal products, elect...
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Holland

Holland was a closely woven white, or natural-coloured linen cloth with a glazed surface formerly used for linings, window-blinds and furniture covers. It was imported to Britain from Holland, and named after its country of origin.
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Holland

[Amtrak station] The depot building is a renovated 1926 structure, built by the Pere Marquette Railroad, under the direction of local station agent Edward Belden Rich who lobbied the line for a new structure since his arrival in Holland in 1909. Rich served the Pere Marquette Line in Holland from 1909 until his retirement in 1936. Renovatio...
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Holland

[SEPTA station] Holland is a derelict station located along SEPTA`s Fox Chase/Newtown Line located on Holland Road in Holland, Pennsylvania near the Churchville Reservoir. ==History== Holland Station was a stop on the Reading Railroad`s Newtown Line. It later became a part of SEPTA`s Fox Chase Rapid Transit Line. The station, and all of tho...
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Holland

[disambiguation] Holland can refer to: == Relating to the Netherlands == Historically it can refer to: == Other places == ===Canada=== ===France=== ===United Kingdom=== ...
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Holland

Holland is a region and former province on the western coast of the Netherlands. The name Holland is also frequently used to informally refer to the whole of the country of the Netherlands. This usage is commonly accepted, especially outside of the Netherlands, but some individuals, particularly from the other parts of the Netherlands, dislike the...
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Holland

See under Netherlands .
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holland

coarse plain-woven cotton or linen
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