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  1. Yet we cling to it.
  2. You cling to my arm.
  3. I cling to that thought.
  4. As I cling close to thee.
  5. I cling to Tobias’s arm.

  6. They want to cling to it and.
  7. They cling to them desperately.
  8. You cling to the idea that you.
  9. It will cling to me as long as.
  10. Simply to the cross I cling;.
  11. My shoes cling to the rough rock.
  12. We cling to shreds of self respect.
  13. Hold to: Cleave to; cling to something.
  14. All those who would continue to cling.
  15. Cling to the lies, they still hold dear.

  16. Cling to the banner and raise it on high.
  17. I cling to him, my eyes wide with terror.
  18. He let the water cling in drops to his face.
  19. Only a fool would cling to such fantasies.
  20. The dress did cling in all the right places.
  21. It is strange how widows cling to clergymen.
  22. Saving me her only purpose left to cling to.
  23. Don’t hide anything and cling to the facts.
  24. There was a little girl who would cling to me.
  25. She felt heat cling to her face as she said it.

  26. They try to cling to them like raving banshees.
  27. Or the ones who do not cling to the ball as hard.
  28. Cling to what is doubtless and leave the doubt-.
  29. Jim helped him cling, gasping, among the branches.
  30. Those managers who still cling to that notion are.
  31. Fanny's friendship was all that he had to cling to.
  32. Who still cling to their outdated, useless cultures.
  33. M: There is trouble only when you cling to something.
  34. Infants cling onto their mother’s abdominal region.
  35. Fanny’s friendship was all that he had to cling to.
  36. She didn't answer, she just continued to cling to him.
  37. We merely cling to our senses, in the end, he thought.
  38. But, they have chosen against me if they cling to the.
  39. The chilly breeze makes me want to cling on to Zachary.
  40. Yet they cling to life, and fear the deity they worship.
  41. And as long as you cling to the idea that only what has.
  42. Yet those he would contact, still cling to these beliefs.
  43. Q: Yet we are afraid of the better and cling to the worse.
  44. Poor nations cling to religion closely to solve problems.
  45. Cling to one thing, that matters, hold on to ‘I am’.
  46. It is definitely the other way round — you cling to the.
  47. What a disappointment! Their old habits still cling to them.
  48. In our world, people become the qualities they most cling to.
  49. Remember His promises and cling to them because God cannot lie.
  50. Barnacles cling to her hull, along with bearded kelp and weed.
  51. They may cling to the home, fearful of venturing anywhere else.
  52. What was he to do? To cling fast to it, or to let go his hold?
  53. Tank Region : They like to cling to stationary items in the tank.
  54. If you cling into the past you become unavailable to the present.
  55. M: As long as you are a seeker, better cling to the idea that you.
  56. Soft wet snow will cling to the helicopter and hamper its take off.
  57. The ideal then approaches nearer to us, and we fondly cling to it.
  58. The child stretched out her arms to her mother to cling to her neck.
  59. The plastic bag was already fogged and starting to cling to the face.
  60. Birds like the berries and will cling to your vine when winter arrives.
  61. I feel incredibly happy—and I keep telling myself not to cling to it.
  62. While we’re at it, we insist that everyone around us cling to it as.
  63. But no girl with a spark of decency would cling on to a reluctant lover.
  64. She had to cling to the faintest of chances that this might somehow work.
  65. We must always cling vigorously to the concept of equality under the law.
  66. The Lord will make the pestilence cling to you UNTIL HE HAS CONSUMED YOU.
  67. He used to cling close to his father, trembling all over when he met them.
  68. It is a simple lie, but men fight better when they still cling on to hope.
  69. That’s what’s wrong with the way humans cling to one another….
  70. Notwithstanding his determination to cling on to her at all costs, it only.
  71. That was the only thing to cling to – and hold the dream catcher in his.
  72. Mahavir said that the subtle atoms of these actions cling to you as the scum.
  73. Even their togs gave them away—loose so as not to cling and reveal their sex.
  74. Those who cling to the old ways are on the way out: into total mass extinction.
  75. Didn’t I secretly cling to the truth that we were day trippers, without a tie.
  76. The whole of Buddhist practice can be summed up in one sentence: Cling to nothing.
  77. Some fainted or screamed out as they attempted to cling to the arms of their men.
  78. He put his hand through his hair and felt the loose strands cling to his fingers.
  79. We do not understand things properly; therefore, we are made to cling to objects.
  80. They cling to the seats, to the rumble, on the cheeks of the hood, on the shafts.
  81. When people don't know where to put their hands they cling to something familiar.
  82. The raft was rocking so violently that the men had to cling to it with both hands.
  83. The walls of this chamber were so smooth that even fine dust did not cling to them.
  84. All she had to do was to cling to it, and nobody could make her do or be anything.
  85. If you remain identified with your resistance, you will cling to it and refuse to.
  86. Memories strobe past: the feel of her father’s trouser leg as she’d cling to it.
  87. The infant continued to struggle, to cling with its teeth to Rosetti’s lower face.
  88. This is the final test to see how tenaciously you cling to your worthless emotions.
  89. What was his mission? He needed a mission, something he could cling to, to stay focus.
  90. Most people are filled with apprehension and dread, when there is nothing to cling to.
  91. To avoid this danger the investor must cling determinedly to a conservative viewpoint.
  92. They discarded their empty rifles and produced their wrist-blades with an audible cling.
  93. We will cling to our love for Talia, my dearest, and care for her with all our hearts.
  94. We get from them a colour, a taste, a bias which cling to us more or less all our lives.
  95. He just needed to cling; she was distracted by the cabinet in which he'd put his clothes.
  96. They are totally unconcerned with the facts and cling tenaciously to their faulty ideology.
  97. Half a score of steps still cling to the wall; on the first is cut the figure of a trident.
  98. He slipped through it, and when I tried to cling to Him, He raised me up and flung me down.
  99. Place on a piece of cling film, form into a roll shape, then freeze for 15 mins until hard.
  100. Don’t you think the matters of tradition we cling to might be set aside for a while?
  1. It is the clinging to.
  2. Always clinging by the water.
  3. Stuff was clinging to my face.
  4. I’m left clinging to the hope.
  5. She laughed, clinging to my hand.
  6. Clinging to memories and happiness.
  7. The little lad was clinging to life.
  8. It was clinging to the trunk above me.
  9. Clinging to him, she cried her heart.
  10. Masha (impatiently and clinging to him).
  11. They found him clinging to their anchor.
  12. Such an one, clinging convulsively to a.
  13. This clinging is at the root of everything.
  14. The gold was clinging tightly to the sausage.
  15. A liberated mind has no clinging to thoughts.
  16. The smell was barely clinging to my nostrils.
  17. Still, I remained clinging to the end of the.
  18. It towered above him like a clinging black cloud.
  19. They couldn’t resist clinging together, their.
  20. And it is this that will have us clinging onto the.
  21. With my hands clinging to his chest, he speeds away.
  22. However, he remained standing, clinging to a window.
  23. The other guy was clinging to the rock face, crying.
  24. Paul turned and saw Sarah clinging to Angela’s feet.
  25. Jasmine was shuddering against me, and clinging to me.
  26. Conan drew back, drawing the clinging Natala with him.
  27. Mr Nikelseer reeled, clinging to the door for support.
  28. Her frock was dripping with brown water, clinging to.
  29. And what is this disease? It is the clinging to your.
  30. Ma and Joe standing on the grass clinging to each other.
  31. Clinging to a rock ledge he hauled himself up on to it.
  32. She floated above her lifeless body, clinging, still, to.
  33. You are clinging to the past with everything you’ve got.
  34. You may be clinging to outdated situations and attitudes.
  35. My mother, for one more minute, sat clinging to the chair.
  36. She was desperately clinging to him as they sat together.
  37. She touched him and felt his clothes clinging to his body.
  38. Behind them, Noodle and Bjorn said their clinging goodbyes.
  39. Bo ran up the path, clinging to his sword with what little.
  40. In that moment, all clinging, all sense of loss, all doubt.
  41. The clothes he wore were not tight and clinging in the heat.
  42. That means they don't see us as castaways clinging to some.
  43. This can’t be happening, Therese thought, clinging to Than.
  44. Dalynara stood up, her hair clinging to her tear-stained face.
  45. I felt my naked feet clinging to the steps of an iron ladder.
  46. All show distinctly a clinging to the technic of ceramic art.
  47. She sat up, still clinging to him, and looked fearfully about.
  48. I could see something dark and hunched clinging to the trunk.
  49. The livid cancer spread its hideous claws, clinging upon thy.
  50. A reporter clinging to the hood was flung into the shrubbery.
  51. This is childishness, clinging to the toys, to your desires.
  52. Christina pulls herself tight to my side, clinging to my arm.
  53. It’s a long model, quite clinging and with only one sleeve.
  54. I glance ahead, clinging to the metal bars with determination.
  55. At the levitating man and the teenager clinging to his lapels.
  56. Michael, his hand still clinging to her arms with a seemingly.
  57. Brock screamed, clinging to his favorite secretary for support.
  58. Then all of a sudden her son, now a young man, was clinging to.
  59. The hobbit relaxed and fell back, clinging to the wizard's hand.
  60. Well done, said Stubby, clinging grimly to Edwin’s back.
  61. And cotton clinging to your clothes and stuck to your whiskers.
  62. Duana picked up one of the five kids that were clinging to her.
  63. What the? he gasped clinging to the hood of his dad-mobile.
  64. Still clinging to the rail, Alex slowly made his way around the.
  65. A single small orb from the mind-circle was clinging to her hand.
  66. He stayed there, clinging to the side of the rock, for a long time.
  67. O Christians, at your cross of hope a hopeless hand was clinging;.
  68. Conan stood frozen, the girl clinging to him in a frenzy of terror.
  69. Me, too, he replied, clinging on to her with all his strength.
  70. JY had no trouble following the scent clinging to the mucky debris.
  71. He sat her down just within the door, and held her, clinging to him.
  72. We were hoping for the best, but we were clinging to daily reports.
  73. Garcia cut off the communications and sat there, clinging to his desk.
  74. Dom returned the gesture and they stood there clinging to each other.
  75. I was clinging to the last rung as the water had dropped to my knees.
  76. The thorns and briars were as tough as wire and as clinging as claws.
  77. The last had a piece of Scotch tape still clinging to the outer edge.
  78. Jay arrived a few hours later, the stench of marijuana clinging to him.
  79. The poor horse must have felt that a bob-cat was clinging to its neck.
  80. He ran to Tom and, clinging to his trouser leg, pulled him towards it.
  81. I was still clinging to the idea I might get something out of this deal.
  82. Jenks is clinging to any story he can to wiggle his way out of this.
  83. Well, it only takes proper handling to make a clinging vine out of you.
  84. Sam, clinging to Frodo's arm, collapsed on a step in the black darkness.
  85. Clinging to the spire-like pinnacle, he stared out over the forest roof.
  86. At the sight of her naked flesh and black clinging underwear he stopped.
  87. The stones were safely there, with bits of prison earth clinging to them.
  88. She was looking at me in horror like I was a slug clinging onto her neck.
  89. Maybe she was thinking of how I spent the entire battle clinging to Mana.
  90. If there’s an adventure film, the hero must have a female clinging to.
  91. She woke with a gasp, the fragments of the dream clinging to her thoughts.
  92. But when he was on the stairs, she put her arms round his neck, clinging.
  93. The next morning, the husband woke from his sleep, barely clinging to life.
  94. She’d quit clinging to me and had more of her usual spirit in her voice.
  95. Another flash showed him four men clinging to the shattered mast and the.
  96. Blythe was clinging to her job and slightly optimistic about not losing it.
  97. Carolyn calmed down and stood up, clinging to her mother, her sobs subsiding.
  98. His left arm was red from shoulder to elbow, his tunic clinging to his skin.
  99. Kim was saved from being thrown overboard by clinging to the steering wheel.
  100. His eyes slid back into normal position, focused on Thomas, clinging to life.
  1. She clung on to him.
  2. Leode clung to my arm.
  3. He clung to the image.
  4. But Simon clung to him.
  5. She clung to her husband.
  6. I clung to Ma trembling.
  7. Morel clung now to Paul.
  8. They clung to each other.
  9. He clung to this thought.
  10. People clung to his ideas.
  11. Willie clung firmly to him.
  12. She clung to that feeling.
  13. Sand clung to her wet feet.
  14. The mist clung to the water.
  15. She had clung to Moses hope.
  16. And she clung to it fiercely.
  17. He clung to Sven like a child.
  18. Cobwebs clung to its crevices.
  19. He clung tightly to me sobbing.
  20. That face had clung to his mind.
  21. She clung to Quinn all the same.
  22. Sachie clung to her grandfather.
  23. Giselle clung to her convulsively.
  24. His Saubha clung to the sky at a.
  25. Her blonde hair clung to her back.
  26. Jai and Ceder clung to their bench.
  27. The ocean smell that clung to him.
  28. She clung to it and held on tight.
  29. Mother! She clung to my hand.
  30. Fear clung to my throat like a leach.
  31. A few leaf-crumbs still clung to it.
  32. He gave it to me and I clung to him.
  33. The sweaty sheets clung to her body.
  34. Grabbing his hand, Simon clung to him.
  35. The dream’s sticky sense clung to me.
  36. She trembled a little, and clung to me.
  37. He turned and desperately clung to her.
  38. Ingeborg clung to Ilse's arm bewildered.
  39. His wife clung tightly to his arm, but.
  40. I began to fret as I clung to the phone.
  41. We clung to each other in consternation.
  42. The young girl clung closely to the old.
  43. Will clung to his arm with both hands now.
  44. She clung to the little glimpse of Light.
  45. Bachetti desperately clung onto this hope.
  46. Helen clung to me and whispered in my ear.
  47. Bits of grass clung to her, and her hair.
  48. The dress clung to her like a second skin.
  49. Blood and skin still clung to the spikes.
  50. Her shirt clung uncomfortably to her chest.
  51. Darek clung on desperately with both hands.
  52. She clung to him like a barnacle to a rock.
  53. Tiny droplets of water clung to everything.
  54. There was something to which he had clung.
  55. It clung to every single object in the flat.
  56. She clung to him weakly when the kiss ended.
  57. For the uttermost years have cried and clung.
  58. He clung to a handhold in front of the chair.
  59. Dorian pulled back, and I clung to him harder.
  60. She slid her hands around his waist and clung.
  61. The plane of force struck the Cloud and clung.
  62. He clung to the glass in a strange suspension.
  63. She clung tighter, desperate for his strength.
  64. With all her strength she clung onto the rock.
  65. Tartarin clung to the hump and collapsed on it.
  66. Within, four tiny figures clung to one another.
  67. He clung there, his elbows hooked over the lip.
  68. He clung to Laeron’s back, but it was no use.
  69. For she clung with her expiring virtue to the.
  70. No! shouted Rip as he clung to his stomach.
  71. They clung to each other, rolling on the ground.
  72. He started to pull away, but I clung to his shirt.
  73. The clothes clung to him in all the right places.
  74. I clung to his hand; his grip was warm and strong.
  75. I watched as it clung to the bottom of her chin.
  76. His mind clung to a secret crypt near the oracle.
  77. He clung on to her, and wept for all he was worth.
  78. We clung to each other, but only for a few seconds.
  79. She winced as the fibers from the gauze clung to.
  80. When I said nothing, only clung to him, he coaxed.
  81. Luray had some color back, but still clung to him.
  82. He clung to it with a more tenacious, mental grip.
  83. I clung to him, wondering at how tall he had grown.
  84. They took a step, but the mother clung to the body.
  85. Bullivant avoided all speech and clung to her sofa.
  86. In addition, a hint of the sewers clung to the man.
  87. Willie blushed and clung to the top of the blankets.
  88. Elowen clung to the rope handrails and edged along.
  89. I clung to my seat as we raced over a million bumps.
  90. His jersey clung to his chest in large damp patches.
  91. She clung to him, pleading for him to head back down.
  92. Grinly clung to the lip of the overhang listening to.
  93. He could see the road as a narrow ribbon that clung.
  94. Expecting the worst, she clung to my hand and waited.
  95. Glenn clung onto the sail for another couple of waves.
  96. Marius' cheek touched his, and clung there, bleeding.
  97. He couldn’t understand what it was, but clung to it.
  98. Elowen clung to his neck; her arms throbbed with the.
  99. Help! I yelled as I clung to the edge of a cliff.
  100. Her clammy hands clung to the acid vial in indecision.
  1. So that now he clings.
  2. The boy clings to his leg.
  3. She clings to my shoulders.
  4. Clings to everything she takes off.
  5. The mist of rain still clings to life.
  6. Bad Habits | Vices: Clings to the past.
  7. She clings to me as if we were one soul.
  8. His skin clings to his protruding bones.
  9. Her face pales as she clings to the seat.
  10. She still clings to it, in grief and horror.
  11. Knead on speed 2 until the dough clings to.
  12. Snow catches on his pants and clings to the hem.
  13. Obviously this word TRUTH clings to the entire core.
  14. Every man clings to life and honor as long as he can.
  15. I know where your heart turns and to what it clings.
  16. The mandated list of occupants clings to its front door.
  17. The storm has passed but John still clings to the wreckage.
  18. A bit of fragrance always clings to the hand that gives the rose.
  19. A gray dress clings to her shoulders, floats away from her waist.
  20. Instead, the patina of the modern world stubbornly clings to the.
  21. She clings open the cash register while noticing his sudden movement.
  22. Obviously this word TRUTH clings to the entire core of both testaments.
  23. She is surfing towards me, extending her arm, as she clings to the board.
  24. The pup clings to me with raw paws and buries his tiny head in the folds of my shirt.
  25. Sometimes Cameron still clings to the earth a little bit but gradually this is fading.
  26. The shotgun he clings to like a lapdog—too late, but who knows? There may be other vandals.
  27. He strives to detain the army, he recalls it to its duty, he insults it, he clings to the rout.
  28. Could I behold this and live? Alas! Life is obstinate and clings closest where it is most hated.
  29. Cotton clings to the fence wires, and cotton rolls in little balls along the road when the wind blows.
  30. The word alaq besides meaning a congealed clot of blood also means something that clings, a leech-like substance.
  31. See how soft the dried leaves are under your feet and how rich and green the moss is that clings to these old trees.
  32. There is a struggle in nature against this divine substance,—in nature which is not made for joy and clings to pain.
  33. The smell of bread and spices, and the bitterness in the cook’s words, clings to his skin for many hour-cycles after.
  34. He clings to the swell of her hip with his other hand, rumpling her robe to feel the silk beneath and the skin beneath that.
  35. He says that he has not given up hope, that no matter what the police say, he still clings to the idea that Megan will come home.
  36. Russ sees the explosion at the front of the car, starts over to help John, but Ahmed clings to his leg with both arms, stopping him.
  37. The fly that touches honey cannot use its wings; so the soul that clings to spiritual sweetness ruins its freedom and hinders contemplation.
  38. Prue clings to the Shrouds with the screaming Babe at her Waist; the whole Battle stops in Medias Res to observe this most terrifying Sight.
  39. It knows the doctrine that must underlie the foundations of life in this new epoch; but, yielding to inertia, it still clings to its former habits.
  40. Ah, poor old chap, he clings to any straw! His father and his mother asked me to see you, for the mere mention of the subject is very painful to them.
  41. When a being who is dear to us is on the point of death, we gaze upon him with a look which clings convulsively to him and which would fain hold him back.
  42. With all the death that clings to you, how can that be true? What if the Spirit you thought you saw was, in fact, the wolf? Perhaps Sloth’s mistake is yours.
  43. This is easily to be understood because the Church still clings to an organization of the world's life, which has been forsaken, and is rapidly falling to destruction.
  44. The gunner on the down side clings to his fixed machine gun and is hanging out of the open door, but the elevated gunner is not so lucky and falls back through the gun deck.
  45. In order not to lose anything of the affair, he scales the walls, he hoists himself to balconies, he ascends trees, he suspends himself to gratings, he clings fast to chimneys.
  46. Some kind of folly, naïve and original, an ecstasy of gold, I know not what, by her called her hair, clings with the grace of some material round a face brightened by the blood-red nudity of her lips.
  47. They fancy that the monster to which these arms belonged ordinarily clings by them to the bed of the ocean; and that the sperm whale, unlike other species, is supplied with teeth in order to attack and tear it.
  48. Then she went towards him, and might have represented a heaven-sent angel coming with a promise that the short hours remaining should yet be filled with that faithful love which clings the closer to a comprehended grief.
  49. Probity, sincerity, candor, conviction, the sense of duty, are things which may become hideous when wrongly directed; but which, even when hideous, remain grand: their majesty, the majesty peculiar to the human conscience, clings to them in the midst of horror; they are virtues which have one vice,—error.
  50. I see him now, excellent and venerable old man! His eyes wandered in vacancy, for they had lost their charm and their delight—his Elizabeth, his more than daughter, whom he doted on with all that affection which a man feels, who in the decline of life, having few affections, clings more earnestly to those that remain.
  51. I can't tell you how much ashamed I am of that sort of girl, the girl who clings, who follows, who laments,--as if the world, the splendid, amazing world, were empty of everything but one single man, and there were no sun shining, no birds singing, no winds blowing, no hills to climb, no trees to sit under, no books to read, no friends to be with, no work to do, no heaven to go to.
  52. The Lowood constraint still clings to you somewhat; controlling your features, muffling your voice, and restricting your limbs; and you fear in the presence of a man and a brother—or father, or master, or what you will—to smile too gaily, speak too freely, or move too quickly: but, in time, I think you will learn to be natural with me, as I find it impossible to be conventional with you; and then your looks and movements will have more vivacity and variety than they dare offer now.
  53. But still remembrance to him clings,.

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