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“He half-turned and grabbed his trailing safety harness and held on tight with his left hand.”
““My dear Miss Fancy Fart,” Nilly said, screwing the lid back on tight and jumping down.”
“Villanueva caught her and held on tight and I racked the Persuader’s slide and watched the door in case there were any more surprises coming at us.”
“Well, then, supposing some dark night he should see Daisy on the street, just grab her, hold on tight and say: ` ` Now, Daisy Rivers, I won't let you go till you promise you'll like me a great deal betterer than you do Dick Ray. '”
“In her mind, she cried out to her friend Zoeannah, encouraging her to hold on tight so she wouldn’t fall, but her throat trapped the words.”
“There was a campground called the Dalai Lama, gondolas crossed above the road on tight cables, and a small hotel where we stopped for a quick pasta lunch and where at 1:10 the waitress said she thought it was only twenty minutes more to the end of the road and the golf course.”
“The needle leaps on tight springs across the face of the scale, settling reliably, reporting that just like the Cornish Cross that preceded it, that bright blue, rubber-coated, five-pound dumbbell weighs exactly one and a half pounds.”
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