from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Hold; grip: "I knew I could make it all right if I got . . . back to the hotel and got ahold of that bottle of brandy” ( Jimmy Breslin).
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adv. To bring a ship to lie as near to the windward as it can to get out to sea.
- n. A hold, grip, grasp.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. Near the wind.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Near the wind, so as to hold or keep to it: as, to lay a ship a-hold.
If imprisonment is the penalty there may be some issues of privilege (or getting ahold of him should he stay in Washington).
But sometimes these things get dropped and picked up again, when the feds get ahold of some new information.
A good midwestern girl, raised on corn and chicken and food you could grab ahold of, must have done something unforgivable to deserve this slippery thing.
The show's executive producer Neil Goldman tweeted "Midseason schedule burn!" after the news broke, and series creator Dan Harmon responded "Streets ahold!"
The technical landscape involved contains a myriad set of problems for law enforcement officials trying to get ahold of information.
When Infinite Crisis got ahold of them, these characters were each a few years removed from having their own books.
I think it is a good idea in the fact that it makes it easier for the farmers and hunters to get ahold of each other.
Yes | No | Report from Crack Predator Calls wrote 14 weeks 6 days ago kvlaser22, how can i get ahold of you? i'd like to talk about your hunting.
If you are still hunting the land try and get ahold of the guy and see if you can work something out, that is what I would do.
** Has anyone ever tried to get ahold of any tire 24 hour service 20 miles from nowhere between 5 am and 10 am New Year's Day.