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  • The lad had straddled across the dog, holding him between his knees, with head pointed as he believed in the direction of the shaft; and at the last sound he unloosed him from the grip of his knees, and the dog started steadily off, and they followed, but in a few minutes had to take to running, for, after looking back several times to see if he was followed, Grip increased his pace, and directly after disappeared in the darkness beyond the glow shed by the lanthorn.

    Sappers and Miners The Flood beneath the Sea

  • Very often in the green room I have quoted the homely proverb, heard I know not where, "Grip is a good dog, but Hold Fast a better"!

    Our Irish Theatre: A Chapter of Autobiography

  • Shackles 'farm, and, taking a basket, she called Grip, who came bounding about her in a state of the most exuberant delight.

    Cutlass and Cudgel

  • New York Times: A State in Grip of Kidnappers and the Family of Hugo Chávez

    POLITICAL HOT TOPICS: July 21, 2009

  • Finish Line’s Fiber Grip is a friction paste that can help with sliding parts.

    Ask Nick: Mechanically inclined racers, mystery clicking, ProTour bike washing techniques and more

  • And we have a program called the Grip program, where we're getting as many guns off the street as we can.

    CNN Transcript Mar 18, 2005

  • For example, I realize Get a Grip was a commercially successful album, even though I thought it was off-balance and had too many ballads.

    Fargo Rock City

  • So, turning the vessel's head, he made once more for Brittany, and there he found that an earl called Grip was making great war upon King

    Cornwall's Wonderland

  • Or a full apple set on it's end by a Grip is a chair for between set up's. aston martin might make 1000-2000 a year but they will sell 5 - what a complete waste of time. (the five will be to dealers) bad time for toyota to release that "lexus"

    Fast Lane Daily - Auto News. Fast Cars. Fast and Fresh. Every day.

  • Which I guess brings us to why we spent two days in the Kalahari … it was all to do with something called Grip Control, for which Peugeot is claiming a world first.

    Motoring

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