Rotational rubbing, backwards and forwards with clasped
fingers of right hand in left palm and vice versa.
Haunting laughter echoing in a young girl's mind that prevents her from enjoying a piece of watermelon, or the urge to draw back a hand when it is clasped
by a disfigured one belonging to a girl born with "an unopened fist." Somewhere in the expanse of our lives, close enough to call home, these stories are remembered by someone bearing witness.
According to The Washington Times, a highlight of the conference came when Rabbi Daniel Lapin, a right-wing Jewish activist from Washington state and ally of TV preacher Pat Robertson, clasped
hands with Mokhtar Lamani, the Organization of the Islamic Conference's ambassador to the United Nations.
Moments after he was sentenced, he clasped
his hands before hi and gave a silent prayer.
In 'Sentimental Journey', Araki documents the death of his wife Yoko in 1991, from her exhausted appearance on a train journey through a close-up of the couple's clasped
hands in hospital to Yoko in her flower-filled coffin.
Within several feet of the hull, she turned on her side, revealing a newborn clasped
to her back.
The figure type typical of Sumerian art is already well-established: the rigid combined frontal and profile view, the large eyes, and hands clasped
However, on three occasions, the male chub clasped
simultaneously a retroflexed female chub and the stoneroller ( Fig.
Wrestlers stand facing each other, with right wrists clasped
, and feet flat on mat with outside of right feet touching.
A horrified crowd gathered below as the terrified little boy clasped
his hands, as if praying for his life.