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  • verb Present participle of outstretch.

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Examples

  • We are, as Christians, charged to be the catalysts of extraordinary second chances for those who are suffering -- to be the people outstretching helping hands.

    Rev. Dr. Cindi Love: The Slippery Slope Of Christendom During Advent

  • We are, as Christians, charged to be the catalysts of extraordinary second chances for those who are suffering -- to be the people outstretching helping hands.

    Rev. Dr. Cindi Love: The Slippery Slope Of Christendom During Advent

  • The blood flows appeared to extend from the wrist to the elbow, which would have been consistent with the outstretching of the arm in crucifixion.

    The Shroud Codex

  • I could not draw despair depravity sepression the beggars locked jaw trying to unearth his destiny with his leprous bleeding claw in the land of Khwajah Gharib Nawaz outstretching his hands at

    Archive 2009-07-01

  • It was said that Tristan would never be willing to swallow his own pride and use parts crafted by specialists, and this desire for personal construction of each and every element had made him the most renowned robot-builder on the planet, fame far outstretching those who preferred to turn to others for parts.

    365 tomorrows » Jared Axelrod : A New Free Flash Fiction SciFi Story Every Day

  • It was said that Tristan would never be willing to swallow his own pride and use parts crafted by specialists, and this desire for personal construction of each and every element had made him the most renowned robot-builder on the planet, fame far outstretching those who preferred to turn to others for parts.

    365 tomorrows » 2006 » April : A New Free Flash Fiction SciFi Story Every Day

  • And it's hard to watch colleagues be so moved by their own performance, eyes closed, swaying, outstretching a hand to grasp -- something.

    When Corporate Culture Shows Up on YouTube

  • Yes, Hiero, and herein precisely lies the difference between a man and other animals, in this outstretching after honour. 130 Since, it would seem, all living creatures alike take pleasure in meats and drinks, in sleep and sexual joys.

    Hiero

  • With a glance and the outstretching of his hand, he is supposed to be able to will the destruction of things, beasts, or people, but his control of the gift seems to have gone wild.

    Archive 2006-02-01

  • With a glance and the outstretching of his hand, he is supposed to be able to will the destruction of things, beasts, or people, but his control of the gift seems to have gone wild.

    Gifts by Ursala K. Le Guin

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