We live in interesting times, which hold some of the greatest challenges the human race as a whole will have ever faced.
they hold that all literature is empty of meaning
Rameses takes me to the bottom of the ship, to the cargo hold .
A verbal agreement can hold more weight than, or even entirely supercede, a written one.
As she struggled to keep hold of the bag she was kicked three times in the stomach before the group of four fled.
If each of the drivers were alive and neither chose to give evidence, the court would unhesitatingly hold that both were to blame.
he felt carefully with his feet for a hold and swung himself up
Today's Signa and Vectra hold the road with an accuracy and tenacity alien to their ancestors, making them good fun to drive.
Keeping hold of the ball was one of England's problems during the World Cup.
It is a scandal that he is allowed to hold such a powerful position in the Republican Party.