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Synonyms for clasp

Synonyms for clasp

a device for fastening or for checking motion

the act of embracing

an act or means of holding something

to put one's arms around affectionately

to take firmly with the hand and maintain a hold on

Synonyms for clasp

a fastener (as a buckle or hook) that is used to hold two things together

hold firmly and tightly

fasten with or as if with a brooch

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fasten with a buckle or buckles

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grasp firmly

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According to CLASP CEO Christine Egan, "Internationally, LED markets are evolving at warp speed, in terms of price and product quality.
War hero Donald Brown shows off his Bomber Clasp award to North Warwickshire MP Dan Byles.
The Bomber Command clasp is not the only unusual award Ron has.
The modernisation project at Henley college consists of the extensive remodeling and refurbishment of the existing four storey CLASP building comprising a full storey extension to the front of the building, re-cladding of the tower block and demolition of the existing engineering block which will be replaced with a modern, custom built block to meet the needs of the engineering curriculum.
Clasps authorized for the award of additional Good Conduct Medals: Bronze for one to four awards, silver for five to nine awards and gold for 10 or more awards.
SPECIAL: Three of the historic medals (from left) Military General Service Medal, Naval General Service Medal with a Trafalgar clasp and an 1815 Waterloo Medal
Rather than issue a Star for every theatre of war served in it was decided to come up with a system where in some cases only the first Star awarded would be issued, with a clasp for the second and nothing for the third and so on.
CLASP recommends that the recovery package extend and expand unemployment insurance, provide state fiscal relief, increase energy assistance, boost food stamp benefits, restore child support enforcement funds, and expand the availability of cash assistance and child care subsidies.
NAHA, Japan: Buddhists clasp their palms together to pray for enlightenment, but Conan, a chihuahua, appears to have more worldly motivations.
Cream enamel disc peep-toes, pounds 75, Dune; Snap up a belter of a look Red leather and elastic waist belt, pounds 22, Warehouse; Black elasticated waist belt with gold clasp, pounds 20, Mango; Cream elasticated waist belt, pounds 16, Urban Outfitters; Coral leather waist belt with gold clasp, pounds 21.
CLASP, trained by Mazin Al-Kurdi, was the easy winner of the extended six-furlong maiden at Nad Al Sheba on Saturday, writes Jason Ford.
As he walked into the cathedral after having been handed the shepherd's crook from the cathedral's dean, Robert Willis, the new Archbishop of Canterbury kept his right hand on the clasp of his gold silk cope.
The 2002 CLASP audioconferences, "Making Welfare Work: Reauthorization 2002," will address legislative and other developments related to the programs that are due to expire this year: the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) welfare program, the Child Care and Development Block Grant, the Food Stamp program and funding for abstinence education.
While One and Only You reveals similarities between the choreographic and writing processes, the collaborators forgot one important element--editing, as the work's premise wears thin before Sara and Jack finally clasp hands across their kitchen table.