And he held fast
by Gerda, who laughed and wept for joy.
He bowed as I drew aside to let him pass--his face was fearfully pale--and he held fast
by the banisters as he descended the stairs.
Indeed, he went so fast that Aunt Em had hard work to catch her breath, and Uncle Henry held fast
to the seat of the red wagon.
In attempting to lift it from its burying place I dis-covered that it seemed to be held fast
by means of a very small insulated cable running farther into the sand beneath it.
Another institution that has not pushed back but may be said to have held fast
is the Catholic Church.
As with many independent advisors, up until that conference, Phillips held fast
to an endangered motto: advisor as lone wolf--aaaawooooooooooh.
like a station upraised arm, quayside goodbye, held fast
by toed claws
the holy month) as well as fresh meals and held fast
breaking banquets for a