Cooper returns with a sweeping novel about a multigenerational family, set in a town called "Place," where neighbors are people of all colors, holding fast
to their dreams of a better life.
The author's navigated rough times in her life, including dealing with unemployment and breast cancer, by holding fast
to the words of Jesus and reflecting on his love, and the suffering he endured for all of humankind.
It means that the company's range of cereals and snacks will be pulled from shelves until a deal can be struck, although Kellogg insisted it would be holding fast
over the issue.
Ryn's penetrating book helps us to discern utopian-ideological ideas that distract the person from making critical distinctions and holding fast
to time-tested, time-honored definitions.
Programmers at Clear Channel Broadcasting are reviewing their May 2001 ratings from Nielsen Media Research, which show one of its affiliates holding fast
among household share trends.
McDonald's is holding fast
to plans to add about 1,500 new units this year, most outside the United States.
Outside, the white constructions of the snow, building at different speeds, falling from different heights, replaced the shapes of things with ghosts: her snow-covered hands holding fast
to the fear that she was alone and without death would end up one of those women on the street who in weather sleeps in cars.
I'm going to edit barefoot here for a while, but I'll follow the trail he blazed, leaving a slightly different imprint, I'm sure, but holding fast
to that progressive banner.
Unless your stocks are hemorrhaging beyond repair, holding fast
to your equities is the way to go.