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Yes, I can hear her lovers' calls, the silvered songs of young girls clasping hands in a devotion dedicated on light slips of paper slid beneath doors and weighted volumes of Latin and Greek.
As the lights go up, Blunt lingers on the stage, evidently enjoying the rapturous applause, clasping hands and signing the odd autograph.
And the Ornitholestes were the villains, with their long, clasping hands and ability to bound along on two legs.
Margaret Thatcher didn't hug, he says, and when Francois Mitterrand and Helmut Kohl wanted to express their friendship, clasping hands was enough.
Along with his wife Michelle, he stunned the ecstatic crowds - who were warned there would be no walkabout - by clasping hands, signing autographs and posing for pictures.