who cling

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  • My blood, and the blood of all who clung to me, is on your head. Cited from Child of Storm, by H. Rider Haggard
  • Their religion may be wrong, but the people who cling to an idea are the very people we want. Cited from The Redemption of David Corson, by Charles Frederic Goss
  • All who cling to their old hunting-grounds are hostile and will remain so till killed off. Cited from The Passing of the Frontier, Emerson Hough
  • They were quickly followed by the three girls, who clung tight to them in terror. Cited from The Rover Boys on Land and Sea, by Arthur M. Winfield
  • With some of them were four young officers, who clung to their ground all through the next night, before being relieved. Cited from Now It Can Be Told, by Philip Gibbs
  • She also has a new animal friend who clings to her, a bat that she saw in the fire world.
  • Those were the days of the penal laws, when they who clung to the old religion suffered much. Cited from The Glories of Ireland, Edited by Joseph Dunn and P.J. Lennox
  • And they who cling about thee -- who are they? Cited from Poems (1828), by Thomas Gent
  • He disappeared below the surface, but rose again at once just beside the child, who clung to him with all his remaining strength. Cited from The Malady of the Century, Max Nordau
  • But, as to the poems, many give them up who cling to the novels. Cited from Essays in Little, by Andrew Lang
  • Our own brothers, who weather storms, who cling to the rocks like moss itself? Cited from The Underdogs, by Mariano Azuela
  • But there were others who clung to these hills. Cited from Pioneers of the Old Southwest by Constance Skinner
  • Vergilius, with the man who clung to him, stood apart near the middle of the chamber. Cited from Vergilius, by Irving Bacheller
  • He bunched his great strength and hurled it against the man, who clung to him. Cited from Under Handicap, by Jackson Gregory
  • Perkin and his beautiful wife, who clung to him with true love, set sail for Ireland. Cited from Historical Tales, The Romance of Reality, Vol. 4, by Charles Morris
  • There will always be found a few who cling ardently to it. Cited from A Woman's Impression of the Philippines, by Mary Helen Fee
  • And ye who cling to all my hand shall give, Sorrow or joy, no less than I shall live. Cited from Poems By The Way & Love Is Enough, by William Morris
  • Many of the women carried babies in their arms and were followed by older children who clung to their skirts. Cited from The Story of the Great War, Vol. III (of 12), ed. by Reynolds, et al
  • He was scarcely thinking of the half-caste girl who clung tightly to his neck. Cited from Kimono, by John Paris
  • Are all people over thirty who cling to their Dickens and their Scott old fogies? Cited from Lost Leaders, by Andrew Lang
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