Definitions for "Holes"
Also called 'eyes', basically openings in the body of cheeses such as Emmentaler, Gruyere and other Swiss types. Such holes are spherical, equally spaced and about the size of cherry stones. The holes are caused by bacterial activity which generates prioponic acid causing gas to expand within the curd.
Openings in the body of cheeses, they may be jagged or slightly rounded (also known as eyes).
or Eyes Caused by cultured bacterial activity, these round holes give distinctive character to Gruyere and other Swiss types.
Holes is a Newbery Medal-winning novel by Louis Sachar. It was later adapted into a screenplay for the 2003 film by Walt Disney Pictures, which starred Sigourney Weaver and Jon Voight. In 2006, Sachar published Small Steps, a companion novel.
Holes is a 2003 film based on the novel of the same title.
'Look' like black holes in the body, feel like infinitely deep deficient emptiness. Encountered during some therapies. Caused by physical damage to the body.
Uneven gaps between motifs in a design. Details...
Mysterious gaps in the ground that can be expected to be encountered almost anywhere in Belgium. In exceptional cases surrounded by string ribbons of orange flagging tape, but more often just all of a sudden there in front of you - if you're lucky.
Keywords:  punching, binder, die, piece, scoring
Punching or die scoring holes in the piece to allow for binder or other use.
Punching or die cut holes in the piece to allow for use in a binder such as a 3 ring binder.
Positively charged carriers of electricity. A hole can be thought of as the "absence of an electron" and practically exist only in semiconductors.
A lack of an electron at the atomic level. A hole acts like a positive charge and contributes to current flow in semiconductors
Vacancies where electrons would normally be in a perfect crystalline structure.
openings in the defensive front are called holes - usually holes cannot be defended by pawns. To play ...g6 creates a hole at h6. See Steinitz-Blackburne in the Strategical Themes section of the Canon.
Keywords:  sinkages, lewis, hoisting, engage, pins
Sinkages in the top beds of stones to engage Lewis pins for hoisting.
Keywords:  veneer, loose, knots, log, defects
Holes in the veneer due to the loss of loose knots or caused by defects in the log.