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1. I still cling to the hope that he's alive.
2. You can't cling to the past, because no matter how tightly you hold on, it's already gone.
3. The really great love not stubbornly cling to it,but at the crucial moment just let him free.
4. He had one last hope to cling on to.
5. Wet clothes cling to the body.
6. He had one last hope to cling to.
7. Don't cling to the kerb when you're driving.
8. Dark clouds cling to the mountains.
9. The two friends cling together wherever they go.
10. We should cling together in times of trouble.
11. Other businesses cling on and hope.
12. Small children cling to their mothers.
13. He appears determined to cling to power.
14. She managed to cling on to life for another couple of years.
15. He managed to cling on to a ledge 40ft down the rock face.
16. Members of a family should cling together in times of trouble.
17. The birds cling to the wall and nibble at the brickwork.
18. Some people had to cling to trees as the flash flood bowled them over.
19. They still cling to many of the old shibboleths of education.
20. The whole party will cling to their leader very determinedly.
21. The cat tried to cling to the edge by its claws.
22. Some children tend to cling on their first day at school.
23. The British prime minister is too apt to cling to Washington's apron strings.
24. Why cling to the rebel cross?
25. At least we have one consolation to cling to.
26. No heart, no soul[sentencedict.com],(sentencedict.com) nothing to cling to.
27. Don't cling to things because everything is impermanent. Mitch Albom
28. Balconies cling to walls like frightened climbers.
29. Well-thumbed magazine pictures of body-builders cling to the wall.
30. Whenever we move to a new house, we always cling to far too many possessions.