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Terror has gripped the city, with the fourth murder in as many weeksThe little child gripped his father's hand nervously as they got on the roller coaster.

Terror has gripped the city, with the fourth murder in as many weeks.

The rock climber lost his grip, and would have fallen to his death had he not been held by the rope.

Try a lighter grip on your golf club, and relax your swing somewhat.

These tires will grip the road, and keep you from sliding in wet weather.

The old woman had a firm grip on her purse, so the thief wasn't able to get it from her.

The story will grip you from start to finish.

Bob Alberti once said, Hold tenderly that which you cherish, for it is precious, and a tight grip may crush it.

The ability to firmly grip with your hand comes from the muscles in the forearm.

The old woman gripped her cane tightly as she walked slowly down the hill.

The handshake is common as a greeting in Pakistan, although with a more gentle grip than Westerners use.

The gloves have a rough palm which allows you to keep a firm grip on your tools.

The government has tightened its grip on the media, and all content is heavily censored.

The child was gripped with terror as the angry dog approached.

I have to replace the grips on my bicycle handlebars; they're getting pretty worn out.

The novel is a gripping thriller that never ceases to surprise with its numerous plot twists.

The Democratic Republic of the Congo is in the grip of a civil war that has resulted in the deaths of thousands of people.

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