As I left him, I clasped his hand and said "jaarama"—thank you, in Fulani.
Hernandez clasped his hands behind his back, the fingers slender, almost delicate, needing a weapon to have conveyed any menace.
Exhausted, her lovely face streaked with dried tears, she clasped my hand.
Shall that form be clasped in the arms of a base-born peasant?
The venerable Persian gazed at her for an instant, and then clasped her to his bosom.
"You must not do that," he said quickly, as he clasped his hand over the tiny flame.
He clasped his head in his hands and strove to clear his mind for a moment from obsession.
She clasped her hands firmly together with a visible effort.
But his wife, her face aglow, clasped her hands in an ecstasy of delight.
He clasped Roosevelt's hand while the audience shouted its delight.
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