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    1. By reaching out to someone in need, be it your neighbor, an orphan, or people in a homeless shelter, we add a little more peace and hope to the world

    2. They plodded on for hours reaching that rock

    3. ’ He said, reaching across and unscrewing the metal lid with one quick twist

    4. ’ I told her, reaching for a biscuit

    5. Before reaching for that bag of nitrates or other chemical fertilizers, the conscious homeowner or farmer should stop for a moment to consider what needs to be put back in the soil to enhance its life-giving properties

    6. Quickly reaching into my purse, I extract a £5 note and slip it into Emma’s hand … I know how short they are of cash now that she is at home with Barney and not working

    7. Over 400,000 tons of pesticides are applied each year by American farmers with less than one-tenth of one percent actually reaching targeted pests! A main source of contamination of our soil, water, air and food, as well as being highly inefficient, this method of pest control places at risk the health of the farmer and consumer alike

    8. That as much as confirmed for him that he had not gone far reaching his compound

    9. By then most thought the odds of such a ship reaching its goal were only one in three at best

    10. Theo held up his two small, delicate hands to show he was unarmed before reaching into his inside pocket with fingertips to take out his ID

    11. The accountant stood up, the crown of his head reaching only the breasts of

    12. ledger to hand”, said the other, reaching for another cigarette

    13. ’ I said, reaching for one of the sandwiches

    14. ’ Stephen told her reaching for the glass of cool water Molly has just brought over for him

    15. ’ Stephen said, reaching out with one foot to push the door closed behind him

    16. Reaching the “void space”, we observe the image of the flame which is shaped in the darkness of our shut eyes

    17. more involved in reaching out to the lost

    18. Sometimes we are given lessons by Harry, the brightest example of obedience in Janus, who trumpets forth that: “Disciples who are entirely subjected to their master, have a good chance of reaching illumination – no matter who the master is, no matter if the master is a complete idiot! It doesn't matter who you obey; the important thing is to obey!”

    19. The troposphere is broken by numerous landmasses reaching above life-sustaining air

    20. ’ She said reaching for the biscuit tin and totally missing my frozen look, thank goodness

    21. ’ I said blindly reaching for a digestive, and desperately trying to appear normal

    22. He stays until nearly eleven, then rises, reaching for his coat

    23. In a daze, I walk round the aisles pushing the trolley and putting items in it … reaching the pharmacy section, I stand before the display of condoms and pregnancy testing kits feeling very ignorant

    24. Reaching the end of the path beyond the fabulous city, I entered the huge conch-shaped rock, crossed the dark passage quickly and found myself at the vast rosy seaside again

    25. Vyinga took a running leap and flew thru the air, actually reaching the stern rail with one foot

    26. Her tuft is the same color and a luxurious thick diamond of reaching nearly to her navel

    27. ’ Angie said, reaching the same conclusion

    28. “Not as long as there’s an unclaimed soul, a red ink pen and an accounting ledger to hand”, said the other, reaching for another cigarette

    29. could not kill Son, the soldier turned and ran in hopes of reaching the pool of

    30. In front of them, a vast expanse of sand stretched towards the distant waters and just round to the left was the aforementioned pier … a long narrow construction reaching far out across the sands towards the sea

    31. Reaching out and upward to hold the glittering prize upon the steps,

    32. ‘How are the others?’ Kara asked, reaching for a pastry and transferring it to her plate

    33. ‘How was Issa when you got there?’ Kara asked, reaching for the pot of coffee Friede had placed within reach and pouring some into her cup

    34. ‘Hello, my beauty!’ she said, reaching up to stroke the mare’s soft nose

    35. ’ The woman said, envy tinging her voice, as she drew near to the table, reaching out a finger to touch the blue stones

    36. ’ Kara said, laying the necklace back in its box again and reaching for the next box

    37. ’ The young woman said, smiling at Kara and reaching out a hand to the external door

    38. ’ He said, reaching for his tankard of ale

    39. ’ She said, reaching for her wine, not quite having the nerve to meet his eyes

    40. ’ Kara said, reaching for her wine again

    41. ’ Kara said, reaching for the relevant papers and passing them to Liesse

    42. Reaching behind his head, his hair curling-damp,

    43. As she came out onto the back porch, Daniel reached for the rifle as naturally as if he was reaching for the windbreaker

    44. We could uncover some simple task that in itself could be a major stumbling block to reaching success, something such as a special license, insurance or legislation

    45. ‘Drink?’ he suggested, reaching into the pocket of his hosen

    46. Desa was sawing at the tentacle again, reaching down underwater to get at it, leaving only her hips and legs on land

    47. "They could have rebuilt their vessel after reaching their destination," Althart said

    48. It may not be an illness but it has a well-deserved place in this book on Yoga and health because it can, ultimately, undermine the health of the entire organism by restricting breathing, and cause an unhealthy complexion due to too little oxygen reaching the blood cells

    49. Reaching for my belt, I extract the Element of Water from the pouch and look at it by the golden glow of the lightstones

    50. ’ Berndt replied, reaching for me

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    Synonyms for "reaching"

    arrival reaching reach stretch

    "reaching" definitions

    the act of physically reaching or thrusting out

    accomplishment of an objective