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“In a flash, Bobby was on him, tiny, white-knuckled fists flying, words and gibberish streaming from his tight red mouth.”
“Thunder and lightning were crashing and flashing (respectively) and I was white-knuckled on the steering wheel while Josie was reading the directions and we were both trying to read the ridiculously small lettering on the street signs.”
“His hands curled into white-knuckled fists on his knees.”
“Million-Dollar Baby Michael Lerner 's journey to entrepreneurial stardom began with a white-knuckled ride down Storrow Drive in Boston.”
“Then he became afraid to fly, but not because he was white-knuckled about air travel.”
“I sat in the back and literally white-knuckled on the seat because I was terrified that an earwig was going to get me.”
“After a long winter hiatus, the CW's Thursday thrillers return, including The Vampire Diaries where everyone's in a state of turmoil and the underappreciated Nikita, which is turning out to be the most enjoyably white-knuckled spy ride since Alias.”
“The old man – white-knuckled to the steering wheel, his watery blues blurred by the scorching gusts that boiled through open windows – would retreat to an oasis in his mind where 99 icy bottles of beer stood, row upon row, ready for his inspection.”
“So I held out, white-knuckled, for a while until all my hair fell out, then I cashed out, expecting a price crash in town.”
“Cautiously, and with a white-knuckled grip on the antler, I walked down the hall.”
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