"Grab hold of
something and hang on," the red-faced man said to me.
The former Steelmen skipper hit Wilson on the head before lunging forward and trying to grab hold of
the steering wheel.
Concert goers managed to grab hold of
the suspected gunman, 45-year-old Michael Dinamling, a member of the town's public order and safety committee (POSC), who was wielding a loaded .38-revolver.
POLICE have warned Meltham residents to be vigilant after a man in his 50s tried to grab hold of
I SEE Steve Kay is banging the drum again in his obsessive campaign for the Yorkshire brand and it's not just in the Gazette's letters page 'Grab hold of
Yorkshire' (18.4.14) because he and fellow Yorkshire supremacist Chris Abbott featured in Radio 4's high profile news programme PM.
Then grab hold of
it and pull it off the top plate.
JUMPING FOR JOY: Alyson Wren on Binley Road SNATCH AND GRAB: The youngsters approach the torchbearer (left), grab hold of
the torch (centre) and then have it wrestled from them.
They began to speak and Ashley, 17, reached out to grab hold of
his father to stop him slipping away.
He said: "I tried to grab hold of
something but I couldn't.
The man told them he was not carrying one, leading the first defendant to slap him in the face and grab hold of
his hands, according to the court documents.
I was being swept away and was about to fall down the staircase but he managed to grab hold of
me (my knight in shining armour).
Try delivering this line with a straight face: "The last time I was late a fireman had to climb out of my bedroom window and risk his life on a narrow ledge trying to grab hold of
my pussy." Ah, the joy of non-PC telly.
In "The Secret Life of Snapping Turtles," in the January/February issue, the author states, "If you must pick one up, grab hold of
the carapace behind the head with one hand and hold the rear of the carapace above the tail with the other."
Mr Hillstead said when he went to grab hold of
his leg again the man threatened to stab him.
He swam out to Charlotte and began to circle around her, so that she could grab hold of
his collar, before swimming back to shore.