Did you perchance mean holdup?
“Its talk was full of exit ramps and alternate routes, etcetera, what the cause of the hold-up was and how long it might be.”
“There's a hold-up on where we're going to get electricity, he said, as a heavy rain began to fall.”
“It reminds me of a psychological test I read about years ago, in which you're given the following scenario: you're at the bank when a hold-up occurs.”
“While Conan and company are in the bathroom, robbers enter the bank, fire a gun, and declare a hold-up.”
“Had no mail for over 5 weeks now, I expect the hold-up is censorship at”
“And though Lloyd finally found his range to pull a set back, it was a temporary hold-up as Anderson, who had struggled in the earlier rounds, cruised through with a three-dart average of 100.65.”
“Furthermore, a compromise on liability language, the one hold-up before the August recess, is within reach.”
“A hold-up at the local court had prevented them carrying out a formal search of the house where Mr Ross was held captive until today.”
“In the face of those statistics many Americans are asking: what is the hold-up?”
““Are you out of your mind!” or “This is a hold-up!””
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