1 Louisa raised the hand that it might clasp her neck and join its fellow there.
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2 He availed himself of his enlargement to throw himself on the pavement, and clasp the knees of Front-de-Boeuf.
3 The Knight undid the clasp of the baldric, and indulged his fellow-traveller, who immediately hung the bugle round his own neck.
4 Till at last he began to rouse and become aware of his defenceless nakedness, and she was aware that his body was loosening its clasp on her.
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5 To clasp as his for five minutes what was another man's through all the rest of the year was a kind of thing he of all men could appreciate.
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6 Wildeve had resisted the impulse to clasp her, and stood without speaking.
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7 A horn-handled clasp knife was lying in a pool of blood beside him.
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8 The sun sank beneath the horizon as we landed, and as I touched the shore I felt those cares and fears revive which soon were to clasp me and cling to me forever.
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9 So speaking, she undid the clasp that fastened the scarlet letter, and, taking it from her bosom, threw it to a distance among the withered leaves.
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10 I saw her stand where he had left her, like a statue; and then bend down her head, and clasp her hands, and weep, I cannot say how sorrowfully.
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11 She would clasp me round the neck and laugh, the while, as if I did it for a wager.
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12 She turned round on her chair, flushed crimson, and rapidly moving her fingers, pinched the clasp of her belt first with one hand and then with the other.
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13 I advance and recognise a little Troy, and a copy of the great Pergama, and a dry brook with the name of Xanthus, and clasp a Scaean gateway.
14 My heart burned with youthful passion to accost him and clasp hand in hand; I made my way to him, and led him eagerly to Pheneus' high town.
15 They meet and clasp hands, and, sitting down within the house, at length enjoy unchecked converse.