16 He has a rather tenuous grasp of reality.
17 We need to grasp the nettle of prison reform.
18 You must release your grasp of the rope.
19 He cannot grasp the realities of the situation.
20 She has a comprehensive grasp of the subject.
21 Mr. Brown's views on economic matters are pretty well established and internationally he's known among finance ministers for his grasp of detail.
22 In this stage, the intellect is able to grasp all knowledge, and does not need to have recourse to the senses again.
23 Internationally he's known among finance ministers for his grasp of detail and his intellectual rigor.
24 At the very least, to be consistent, you should remain mute when confronted with those who do feel they have some grasp on Truth.
25 Let me recast this sentence in terms your feeble brain can grasp: in words of one syllable, you are a fool.
26 Taiwan opposition leader urges Chen to grasp chance for peace with China.
27 The government does, however, want them to have a decent grasp of what customs and values make this country tick.
28 Women have been taught from a young age to be aware of their surroundings and to be very security conscious. I think women intuitively grasp the need for security.
29 He was, of course, both humane and probably even saintly, but like another giant of history, he was also a shrewd and smoothly manipulative politician with a keen strategic grasp of pragmatic possibilities.
30 To say they are weak and grasping is an understatement.