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1) He ached to reach out and hold her close.
2) We must reach out to those in need.
3) So far, his administration has failed to reach out to hardline Republicans.
4) She set up her charity to reach out to the thousands of homeless on the streets.
5) The government needs to reach out to those on the margins of society.
6) One might reach out to other affinities.
7) You reach out and grasp the handle.
8) The men reach out their hands and eat.
9) Reach out and put the touch on some one.
10) We reach out our hands and seal our pact.
11) How hard after all these decades to reach out and compromise.
12) She'd reach out towards them both and put her hands on theirs,(http://sentencedict.com/reach out.html) smiling with her very white teeth.
13) A reduced-power transmission would reach out to the fringe of our force and, it was hoped, not farther.
14) She had not realised they could reach out from the charmed circle of themselves.
15) It was too easy to just reach out from under the duvet and clunk the receiver up and down in its cradle.
16) Robbie had to fight down an impulse to reach out and run her fingers over the dark mat.
17) The boy is about to reach out for it when Dixie whispers urgently in his ear.
18) He ached to reach out and hold Tsu Ma close, to comfort him, but knew it would be wrong.
19) But Neil Fraser couldn't reach out and touch his wife.
20) It saved Deborah having to try to reach out of her chair and lean across the top of the machinery.
21) Reach out and slowly lift the right arm and left leg off the floor, keeping the movement controlled.
22) Instead, political interest groups reach out directly, using computerized mailing lists and modems in addition to the old-fashioned campaign techniques.
23) The dolphin was near enough for me to reach out and touch it.
24) Dallas' David LaFleur can't quite reach out to grab a pass.
25) Love is not patronizing and charity isn't about pity, it is about love. Charity and love are the same - with charity you give love, so don't just give money but reach out your hand instead. Mother Teresa
26) Moreover they nearly always end in tragedy because the protagonists reach out in some way fur the unattainable.
27) From a decade of cobwebs and dyed glass she felt old leaf-like hands reach out and brush her.
28) The debate is a profound one and it is only just beginning to reach out to a wider audience.
29) In the limousine en route to the airport, Carter tried in a most unusual way to reach out to Park.
30) These were my unofficial board of directors, the people I could reach out to when I had tough decisions to make.