CLASP

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clasp

[klasp]
(design engineering)
A releasable catch which holds two or more objects together.

CLASP

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The image, which shows a Villa fan with the club's lion mascot tattooed across his back clasping hands with a Blues fan with the famous ball-and-globe emblem inked on to his left pectoral, was the perfect example of just how the fans can indeed get along when they're supporting a united cause.
It will be a real treat to see a range of late 18th and 19th century buildings clasping hands with futuristic structures exceptional for its intricate architecture.
The participants also formed a large chain by clasping hands in unison and show of solidarity, while also raising slogans against dialogue with Taliban.
Clasping hands with strangers in the stands, she implored two slightly startled women to be her "witches" as she bowed her head and mumbled incoherently.
17 ( ANI ): A school in California is avoiding chanting Sanskrit words, "Om," or clasping hands in the prayer position in yoga, so as to steer clear of any religious controversy.