Like that neaniskos, and like all of us, he was stripped of his old clothes, buried with Christ by baptism into his death, and dressed in a new, white garment in which he, and we, might testify that we cling to
the promise of a different life, a new life, a life that for now is hid with Christ in God.
As this happens, those telecommunications companies that cling to
such arcane concepts as "revenue per user" or "minute of voice," to cite two commonly used, present-day industry measures, will be as obsolete as vinyl records.
Spiders do cling to
ceilings and walls using tiny claws on the ends of their eight legs.
Sunlight filters through shallow water, dappling tiny blades of brown algae that cling to
the soft seafloor.
Midway and the Battle of the Atlantic showed how quickly entirely new ways of waging naval war - aircraft carriers, submarines - could rise, threatening the supremacy of nations whose old salts cling to
Users can save themselves a hundred text messages and the hassle of communicating with multiple people by starting a Private Group Cling to
coordinate the spots you want to visit, let friends know when you've arrived and capture pictures, video and audio clips from the night.
PHOTO (Color) Icicles cling to
the fruit and branches of lemon trees in a grove in Santa Paula.
The shares continue to cling to
key support at the nine level as well.
They cling to
power instead of sharing it; they cling to
knowledge instead of sharing it; they cling to
friends instead of sharing them.
Once oddities only because they stood out physically, these ``foreign experts,'' as the Chinese government still classifies them, even though some have become Chinese citizens, attract attention for the way they cling to
political beliefs that most Chinese abandoned years ago.
Yet managers, seeing a completely different game to the rest of us, cling to
it like George Best clings to opening time.