Hoult


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n.1.A piece of woodland; a small wood. [Obs.] See Holt.
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The company has spent around PS1.5m on acquiring and redeveloping the site into Haylofts, a new workspace in the city centre which managing director Charlie Hoult said will become a key part of its mission to create business hubs across the region.
CHARLIE Hoult has officially been selected as the Conservative party candidate for the North of Tyne mayoral election.
Charlie Hoult, the director of business village Hoults Yard, said the North East needed "projects not politics" as he confirmed his intention to run for the job of its first ever regional mayor.
FILM star Nicholas Hoult was terrified his wig would catch fire while filming his new movie The Favourite.
The Hoult family bought the site in 1948 and, after the pottery ceased production in the 1960s, the site was to all intents and purposes an industrial wasteland until the 1980s.
DARREN Moore's encouraging start to managerial life has not surprised former Albion team-mate Russell Hoult.
It was never individual, us as the That's the things gets that Russell "He was a leader on and off the pitch," said Hoult, who made 213 appearances for the Baggies.
A quick look at Nicholas Hoult's impressive and still expanding filmography will tell you that, when it comes to choosing acting projects, the British actor has a knack for mixing things up.
KILL YOUR FRIENDS 18 Nicholas Hoult stars in this comedy thriller adapted from John Niven's novel.
It revolves around a London record company where Nicholas Hoult plays a Simon Cowell-type cynical talent spotter.
This razor-sharp adaptation of John Niven's cult novel follows the cynical antics of murderously ambitious A&R man Steven Stelfox (wonderfully played by Hoult, who keeps getting better).