When the waves began to tumble and toss and to grow bigger and bigger the ship rolled up and down, and tipped sidewise--first one way and then the other--and was jostled around so roughly that even the sailor-men had to hold fast
to the ropes and railings to keep themselves from being swept away by the wind or pitched headlong into the sea.
One should hold fast
one's heart; for when one letteth it go, how quickly doth one's head run away!
Freighted with eternal principles Athwart the night's void, Where cloud masses darken, And the wind blows ceaseless around, Beyond the range of conceptions Let us gain the Centre, And there hold fast
without violence, Fed from an inexhaustible supply.
Just then father lifted the rainbow again, without noticing me at all, and though I tried to seize the end of it and hold fast
, it melted away entirely and I was left alone and helpless on the cold, hard earth
I think I can swim to the shore and pull the raft after me, if you will only hold fast
to the tip of my tail.
Truth was the one virtue which I might have held fast, and did hold fast
, through all extremity; save when thy good -- thy life -- thy fame -- were put in question!
Now, Jack, be sure to hold fast
to this post and then you can't fall off and get smashed.
Then the old fox came once more, and scolded him for not following his advice; otherwise no evil would have befallen him: 'Yet,' said he, 'I cannot leave you here, so lay hold of my tail and hold fast
Muslim patients with diabetes whether had their first or on follow up visit to the OPD and showed intention to hold fast
in the month of Ramadan, were included.
In her talk Janet read an article from the manse window about items being brought in from children whilst the minister fitted the bible reading to each one, ending with the words from Ezekiel hold fast
to the things that are precious.
Honouring prisoners is also tantamount to a renewal of a religious oath to hold fast
onto anti-Zionist Jihad, Taha added.
In Hold Fast
to Dreams: A College Guidance Counselor, His Students, and the Vision of a Life Beyond Poverty, Joshua Steckel, a guidance counselor at Brooklyn's Secondary School for Research, goes beyond the travails that he faced as he worked to get his students accepted into college.