- The victim will suddenly be unable to speak and may clutch his throat in obvious distress .
- She clutched the mask and breathed short and deep, pantingly, making the respirator click .
- Perspiration came down her face in streams as she pulled her skirts from clutching hands .
- Sitting up, clutching over her sweater in which she slept, she looked through the open porthole .
- A third theory relating to the clutch size of birds is ricklefs' "counteradaptation hypothesis" .
- Natalie was clutching her ticket, and trying to understand the shouts of the uniformed attendants .
- "i shall ask her tonight," he said, his face quivering, and clutched her hand and shook it .
- The clutch is a standard dry friction type sized to tolerate the forces required to close the clutch rapidly .
- The children were thrown to the floor and their mother, clutching the baby, was thrown out the door onto the ground .
- Actuation of one clutch provides positive torque to the final drive, the capstan acting as the main power amplifier .