I was even accustomed to make an irruption into some houses, where I was well entertained, and after learning the kernels and very last sieveful of news -- what had subsided, the prospects of war and peace, and whether the world was likely to hold together
much longer -- I was let out through the rear avenues, and so escaped to the woods again.
It was the one last improvement that enabled interdependent nations to handle themselves and to hold together
Let us, then, all take hold together
, with all our might, and see what we can do with this new enterprise, and the whole splendid continent of Africa opens before us and our children.
CANTERBURY, ENGLAND * In a lengthy interview in The Times of London, Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby predicted that the Anglican Communion might not hold together
because of strong disagreements on the ordination of women as bishops and full rights for members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans-gender community.
The concrete masonry walls may not hold together
when the stairs were cut.
The petite blond girl, wearing an orange apron and safety goggles, carefully aimed the hammer at the wooden plank, hoping to hit the nail that would hold together
the toolbox on the table in front of her.
Injuries like Totti's can also tear the ligaments that hold together
the fibula and the tibia, or the bone that extends from the knee to the ankle.
The electrostatic interactions that hold together
the fiber break down in water.