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clutch

stick to

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cling to something

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to hold fast

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fruit (especially peach) whose flesh adheres strongly to the pit

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hold on tightly or tenaciously

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The Maharil reformed synagogue song, but he clinged to and preserved old melodies.
The club's supporters are shocked and bemused by the events and because nobody is in a position to clarify what went on they have clinged to speculation that has clearly surfaced to make George look like the real villain of the peace in all this.
Both clinged to him, but he was able to hand the youngest, a one-year-old, to an onlooker.
We saw truths that are stripping away masks of legitimacy that regime dead-enders may have clinged (sic) to.
A week earlier they appeared at a post-Oscar party where they stumbled around and clinged on to each other to stay on their feet.
CHATSWORTH - A 45-year-old man pulled unconscious from a Chatsworth trailer park swimming pool late Saturday clinged to life after being resuscitated by residents and firefighters, officials said.
He was arrested six days later in San Francisco as his son clinged to life - grotesquely swollen to three times his normal size.