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  • Clasp your hands behind your head and extend your elbows backward so that they are aligned with your shoulders.

    The Flex Diet

  • Also on view from the French designer: "The Clasp," a $780,000 evening bag designed by Erté but not actually made for a 1926 Broadway revue, now produced by jeweler Stefano Canturi.

    An Erté Retrospective

  • Clasp your hands behind your head and extend your elbows backward so that they are aligned with your shoulders.

    The Flex Diet

  • Elias Howe (inventor of the sewing machine) patented an "automatic, continuous clothing closure" in 1851, and Whitcomb Judson and Lewis Walker marketed the "Clasp Locker" in 1893, which was presented but largely ignored at the 1893 Chicago World's Fair:

    Tove Hermanson: The Secret Sexy Life of Zippers

  • Mana ‘Clasp’ necklace made of recycled hair pins and rubber

    MANA COLLECTION: Stunning Recycled Jewelry by TOUCH | Inhabitat

  • Step 2: Clasp your hands together, interlacing your fingers.

    Rinnavation

  • Clasp her to me as much as I can around the hard ball that will be my grandson.

    The Christmas Cookie Club

  • Clasp her to me as much as I can around the hard ball that will be my grandson.

    The Christmas Cookie Club

  • Clasp her to me as much as I can around the hard ball that will be my grandson.

    The Christmas Cookie Club

  • Step 2: Clasp your hands together, interlacing your fingers.

    Rinnavation

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