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Hand

A unit of length equivalent to four inches. It is used in the sale and use of horses.
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While it might have benefited from more supporting characters, Close Your Eyes, Hold Hands conveys the value of establishing emotional bonds in a callous world, a message that may resonate with today's readers.
Relationship Satisfaction: 71 percent of Americans who hold hands often say they are completely satisfied with their relationships, compared to just 35 percent of those who hold hands less often.
Hold Hands is the least interesting among the two other attacks.
GRABBING nHEADLINES Rory McIlroy and Caroline Wozniacki hold hands in New York yesterday
Say you don't need to hold hands all the time to know how you feel about him.
It's funny, even at the height of our friendship - as guys - you would never hold hands.
Some families and households hold hands to say grace before meals.
1) About 150 people hold hands Thursday around a new 9-11 commemorative sculpture, ``Recovering Equilibrium,'' at Los Angeles International Airport.
Another reason for Grierson's confusion is that BYU is more lenient with single, straight students--almost encouraging them to hold hands at many church-sponsored "young adult dances.
We were quiet for a while, and someone suggested we should hold hands and pray.
The married princess said later: "I hold hands with all my friends.
A study found that more than nine out of 10 people who have been married more than 50 years still hold hands.