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1. That seemed to clinch it.
2. Last, with a clinch knot, is the fly.
3. It will keep you alive in the clinch.
4. A tall brunette went into a clinch with a burly man and he was.
5. The Improved Clinch knot is used for fastening the leader to the fly.
6. ALL KIDDING ASIDE, this was what seemed to clinch her loyalty, for Nicky.
7. We were in the neighborhood, said Claire when we broke from our clinch.

8. Little Flask was one of the wrought ones; made to clinch tight and last long.
9. O but the dark evening in the Appian way I nearly spoke to Mrs Clinch O thinking she was.
10. They’re trying to clinch a playoff spot! he says, as though that explains anything.
11. And, this magic gives lovers the kick of their lives to clinch the attainable; expand the.
12. Star had kept Max between her and the native, hoping she could help when the two men were in a clinch.
13. Reoti Raman Singh asked the BJP MPs to meet his ‘leader’ the next morning to clinch the transaction.
14. Then, just to show you how crazy I am, when we were coming out of this big clinch, I told her I loved her and all.
15. Act 2 starts with Jim and Molly in a clinch which, Andy informs me in a whispered aside, he is looking forward to rehearsing.
16. When he said stuff like that I desperately wanted to confess my intricacy to him, to clinch everything and dissolve in my wants.
17. He then slammed the door in Ingrid’s face, making her clinch her teeth with anger, while Miniflick growled at the now closed door.
18. His mother joined the clinch and the three of them cried for several minutes not only for the sheer joy of reunification but also for Jack and Tom.
19. Drive a nail home and clinch it so faithfully that you can wake up in the night and think of your work with satisfaction—a work at which you would not be ashamed to invoke the Muse.
20. I, Ishmael, was one of that crew; my shouts had gone up with the rest; my oath had been welded with theirs; and stronger I shouted, and more did I hammer and clinch my oath, because of the dread in my soul.
21. She sets the scene and we all walk through the lines, then we have to do it properly … which, in this case, means Andy and I being in a clinch as the curtain goes up so that we can be surprised by other characters walking in on us.
22. The ape was staggered, and what with the mortal wound in his side had almost collapsed, when, with one mighty effort he rallied for an instant—just long enough to enable him to wrest his arm free from Tarzan's grasp and close in a terrific clinch with his wiry opponent.
23. A brief pause ensued; the preacher slowly turned over the leaves of the Bible, and at last, folding his hand down upon the proper page, said: Beloved shipmates, clinch the last verse of the first chapter of Jonah—'And God had prepared a great fish to swallow up Jonah.
24. In this view are included the Blue Mountains, the North Mountains, the Allegheny, (properly so called) the Cumberland, Clinch, Iron, and Smoky mountains, together with a variety of smaller mountains, spurs, and ridges, all running parallel to each other, from the northeast to the southwest; and all, I believe I may say, covered with forests, and presenting to the eye of the naturalist a most interesting field for speculation and improvement.
25. From the bending curve and the clinch,.
26. To draw and clinch your soul for once inseparably with mine,.
1. As he drove harder in her she balanced on one hand, the other clinching his ass.
2. Hanging high above them she held the best vantage for viewing the clinching of a.
3. The engagement ring and the altered testimony were, as far as Derrick Tatton was concerned, the clinching evidence against her.
4. She could go on about how horrible she looked, but the familiar clinching of her stomach caused her to make a run for her bathroom.
5. Annalise, panic-stricken lest she who possessed so many should be the next victim, poured out the tale of the missing money, of the plain motive for the murder, with a convincingness, a naked truth, that stabbed Priscilla to the heart with each clinching.
1. The clown clinched his teeth.
2. And his fists were clinched.
3. Whether holding weights or with clinched.
4. They have - pardon the clinched - what money.
5. He could tell Zayn’s jaw was clinched tight.
6. Then I strangled sobs behind my clinched teeth.
7. Hall Pycroft shook his clinched hands in the air.
8. Afterwards, I clinched my two forepaws and then.
9. Also, her fists were clinched, shoulders hunched.
10. Im not a child, she said through clinched teeth.
11. I noticed that Sharon’s fists were clinched, her face was.
12. Mentally, there was no doubt that he just clinched this round.
13. Paul clinched his eyes and began to stare in anger at his friend.
14. Heather stood with her fists clinched, ready to go to war with him.
15. What really clinched it for him was the dumb-‐shit witness.
16. Ahh! He clinched his fists in frustration and slammed them on her desk.
17. He had just expired, with clinched hands, his mouth in a spasm of agony, and.
18. I’ll buy, I said, and that clinched the deal, not that he needed a free lunch.
19. If that wasnt bad enough the two girls slowly approached each other with fists clinched.
20. As for the ring, evidently it went clear through the wall and was clinched on the other side.
21. Villefort's brow darkened more and more, his white lips and clinched teeth filled Dantes with apprehension.
22. I knew all along that you had taken a shining to me it must be my good looks and charm that clinched it.
23. Throwing his hands in the air he said calmly with clinched teeth, "Why not?" That was when he heard the car coming his way.
24. There was one lying on the table; he endeavored to vain attempts to vomit; but the jaws were so clinched that the pen could not pass them.
25. He ran across a clearing through the high grass, and all I could see of him was his black head and his tongue clinched between his white teeth.
26. His teeth were clinched, but he kept all his emotions hidden deep inside, fearing an emotional outburst would defeat the purpose of his being there.
27. The striking fact that the cash assets alone considerably exceed this figure, after deducting all liabilities, completely clinched the argument on this score.
28. Desiree' clinched her hands and gritted her teeth, realizing the whole story of what had occurred inside the bowels of the Nancy Cathedral wasn't going to be revealed.
29. Had it been a hint as to that which had finally clinched whatever it was that Kennedy had whispered to the Silent Boss that morning when we had seen him in his office?
30. Finally, Armitage clinched all his arguments by telling me that he had actually heard the Creature—indeed, that anyone could hear it who remained long enough at the Gap.
31. Even though I got drunk (what a surprise) and ripped the felt covering of Jonas’ billiards table, he said not to worry, we shook hands and I thought we had clinched the deal.
32. Dantes hastened to his dungeon, where he found him standing in the middle of the room, pale as death, his forehead streaming with perspiration, and his hands clinched tightly together.
33. In a by-the-hour room with rain lashing the windows, with the ripe berry of her nipple in his mouth and her long legs clinched around his back in a sweet misery of barely moving, he’d wanted to be deceived.
34. Always a fighter she had battled against male prejudices in the University for many years until a brilliant work on monoclonal antibodies had given her the world recognition which had clinched the job as Head of the School.
35. But he who was addressed stood there, stupefied, bewildered, stunned; his haggard eyes glanced around, as if in search of the traces of some terrible event, and with his clinched hands he seemed striving to shut out horrible recollections.
36. The phœbe had already come once more and looked in at my door and window, to see if my house was cavern-like enough for her, sustaining herself on humming wings with clinched talons, as if she held by the air, while she surveyed the premises.
37. The watching women saw the flood reach the railway track, beat upon its embankment with upraised, clinched hands, tear at it with outspread fingers in an access of fury, wrench up the rails yet bolted to the ties, and fling them forward on its crest as it plunged on.
38. But Monte Cristo, without rising, and leaning forward in his chair, merely stretched out his arm and, taking the damp, crushed glove from the clinched hand of the young man, "Sir," said he in a solemn tone, "I consider your glove thrown, and will return it to you wrapped around a bullet.
39. When a moment later I saw your eyes wander away from the picture, I suspected that your mind had now turned to the Civil War, and when I observed that your lips set, your eyes sparkled, and your hands clinched, I was positive that you were indeed thinking of the gallantry which was shown by both.
40. He removed his seat into a corner of the room, where he himself would be in deep shadow, while the light would be fully thrown on the narrator; then, with head bent down and hands clasped, or rather clinched together, he prepared to give his whole attention to Caderousse, who seated himself on the little stool, exactly opposite to him.
41. Oh, man, man—race of crocodiles," cried the count, extending his clinched hands towards the crowd, "how well do I recognize you there, and that at all times you are worthy of yourselves!" Meanwhile Andrea and the two executioners were struggling on the ground, and he kept exclaiming, "He ought to die!—he shall die!—I will not die alone!".
42. That should have just clinched it for you, the very title, the exact Title,.
1. This wire clinches it.
2. So you are down at Clinches.
3. Triumphant, he told her, This clinches it.
4. So that’s why there aren’t any handles or clinches.
5. He had been in steamy clinches with women before, but the professionals at.
6. Really, I feel inclined to laugh when I try to picture you, after the life you have been leading in London, after the days you are living now at Clinches, attempting to arrange yourself on this perch of ours up here.

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