cling onto

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  • In places they were clinging onto cliff faces with no organised defence system.
  • The young are born relatively well-developed, and are able to cling onto their mother's fur with their hands from birth.
  • Tom's fifth ball breaks through the pin, leaving Jerry clinging onto its top.
  • But when the child cling onto his leg and asks to be accepted, Oswald changed his mind.
  • Three managed to escape drowning by clinging onto floating debris, but the other six lost their lives.
  • She has been clinging onto Casque since her parents' death (but later revealed that they're alive).
  • Three escaped drowning by clinging onto floating debris, but the other six died.
  • On the last flight of pipes, Henry falls, flying through the air, unable to cling onto anything sturdy.
  • Some species shelter in sea urchins or crinoids, or cling onto the bodies of larger fish.
  • More bonus points are awarded if alliance robots can suspend themselves from the robot clinging onto the tower.
  • He had no saddle and was clinging onto the mule by grasping him around the neck. Cited from The Broncho Rider Boys with Funston at Vera Cruz, by Frank Fowler
  • They have very large toe discs in comparison to their size, which helps to cling onto rocks.
  • Campbell and only two shipmates survived by clinging onto debris and floating to a nearby island.
  • The mouths of these fish have developed into a suckermouth, which allows the fish to cling onto objects in the fast-moving water of their habitat.
  • At the end of the match, bonus points are awarded for robots that cling onto either of the two towers in the center of the field.
  • Tapping the screen creates a star that the Kirbys can follow or cling onto.
  • She became less persistent and less aggressive in clinging onto Steve, and Steve became more comfortable and welcoming with her.
  • As he is clinging onto a vine, the witch begins ascending up using Rapunzel's hair.
  • The integrity of the retaining wall is also ensured for these trees cling onto the soil and absorb water from it.
  • It can cling onto corals with short appendages called cirri, but it also can freely swim.
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