Hole in the wall

Hole in the wall may refer to:

*Hole-in-the-Wall, Herefordshire, England
*Hole in the Wall Provincial Park, British Columbia, Canada
*Hole-in-the-Wall, a geologic formation and campground in Mojave National Preserve, California, USA
*Hole-in-the-Wall, a geologic formation just off the coast in South Africa's Wild Coast Region
*Hole-in-the-Wall, a hideout located in Wyoming used by the Hole in the Wall Gang

;Recreational facilities and organizations
*The Association of Hole in the Wall Camps, a group of camps for seriously-ill children.
*Hole in the Wall Gang Camp, a Connecticut summer camp for seriously ill children, affiliated with Hole in the Wall Camps

*"Hole in the Wall", a song by Béla Fleck and the Flecktones from the 1991 album "Flight of the Cosmic Hippo"
* "Hole in the Wall" a traditional dance and dance tune.

*Hole in the Wall Gang (comedy), Northern Irish comedy group

* "The Hole in the Wall", a 1929 American film

* Hole in the Wall, a common name for Brain Wall, a component of the Japanese game show series "Minasan no Okage desita"
** "Hole in the Wall" (Australian), the Australian version;
** "Hole in the Wall" (US), the American version;
** "Hole in the Wall" (UK), the United Kingdom version.

*Hole in the Wall Gang, of the American Wild West

* Hole in the wall, British slang for an automated teller machine
* The Hole in the Wall (Austin, Texas), a live music venue in Austin, Texas
* Hole in the wall, a pub in Essex, England
* HiWEL learning stations, a Minimally Invasive Education project
* "Hole in the Wall" is the name of a club in the music video for Britney Spears' song, Do Somethin'.

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  • Hole-in-the-Wall — is a remote hideout located in the Big Horn Mountains of Johnson County in northern Wyoming. The site was used in the late 1800s by the Hole in the Wall Gang, a group of cattle rustlers and other outlaws which included among its members Kid Curry …   Wikipedia

  • hole-in-the-wall — ˌhole in the ˈwall noun [countable usually singular] informal BANKING another name for ATM: • The bank is to update its hole in the wall cash dispensers to make them faster and safer …   Financial and business terms

  • hole in the wall — UK US noun [C] UK INFORMAL ► BANKING a way of referring to a CASH MACHINE(Cf. ↑cash machine): »I ll need to get some cash from a hole in the wall. »a hole in the wall machine → See also ATM( …   Financial and business terms

  • hole in the wall — (informal) 1. A small insignificant place 2. A cash dispenser • • • Main Entry: ↑hole …   Useful english dictionary

  • hole in the wall — ► NOUN informal 1) Brit. an automatic cash dispenser installed in an outside wall. 2) a small dingy place …   English terms dictionary

  • hole in the wall — ☆ hole in the wall n. a small, dingy room, shop, etc., esp. one in a remote or unfrequented place * * * …   Universalium

  • hole-in-the-wall — n 1.) BrE informal a machine in or outside a bank from which you can obtain money using a special card = ↑ATM, cash machine ↑cash machine 2.) AmE a small dark shop or restaurant …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • hole-in-the-wall — noun count INFORMAL 1. ) a very small store or restaurant 2. ) BRITISH an ATM …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

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