A wounded woman sat keening on the ground, clasping the body of her dead child in her arms.
clasping his hands, the famously private man invoked his concern for the future of his four year old son.
"I have not any hate in me, Joran, I have none," she told him as he sat a few feet from her, clasping his hands.
He felt transports of joy in clasping her in his arms and genuine despair when he left her.
So she ran and sat down behind her husband, clasping him round the waist.
She stood uneasily moving from one foot to another, clasping and unclasping her hands.
For a while she was silent, but her eyes and clasping fingers were restless and showed her agitation.
She was clasping Bethsaba's hand, who sat by her bedside, their fingers interlaced, in prayer.
"Oh, my dear," she said, clasping the novel with one hand while she embraced him with the other.
I ran to Flora, clasping her in my arms, and we mingled our tears of happiness together.
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