Every pluck of a guitar string, every raised hand
, even when he sat down raised a roar Hampden Park could hardly beat.
A raised hand
was silenced by the just shield of a word.
The only way to proceed, then, was by touching the sides of the extremely narrow tunnel--barely shoulder width and low enough that a raised hand
could touch the ceiling.
The United players were screaming for a penalty kick after only 12 minutes when Stevie Crawford's lob into the six yard box was blocked by the raised hand
of Garry Hay.
In class, a raised hand
tells the teacher we have something to say.
She told the court: ``The woman stood up, grabbed at something, hit out at him with a raised hand
holding a knife and then she ran from the table.
How can parents rush to law to protect their offspring from the raised hand
of a teacher, only to claim the right to inflict the same violence on the same children themselves?
The pair were involved in an angry exchange following Burnley's second goal when a verbal volley from the goalkeeper was met with a raised hand
from the defender.
The idea that a raised hand
must automatically equal a red card may be overly-simplistic but while them's the rules, any manager seeking to defend such actions is risking damaging repeats.
The signal at a crosswalk in Spokane, Washington, was showing the "Walk" and "Don't Walk" signs, but when it came to the electronic sign's raised hand
, which is the universal signal to stop, it was missing some fingers.
A witness described McLelland running at Mr Mulholland with the trophy upside down in his raised hand
, lungeing towards him and striking him on the left side of the head with it.
But Burnley did well to survive a 27th-minute penalty claim when Westlake's shot was blocked by the raised hand
of Frank Sinclair, who looked relieved to have escaped punishment.