CLASP

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clasp

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

CLASP

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WELCOME: William chats with Receiver General Stephen Lamport as he arrives with Harry WAITING: Her Majesty, the Duke of Edinburgh, Prince Charles and Camilla get front row seats LONG WALK: Kate is led by her father Michael Middleton along the aisle as the choir sings WORRY-RING MOMENT: William struggles to push the gold wedding band on to Kate's finger I THEE WED: William stares lovingly into Kate's eyes as he takes her hand and makes his vows KNEEL-LY THERE: The couple kneel together at the Westminster Abbey altar during the service TWO BECOME ONE: William and Kate clasp hands as they leave the Abbey as man and wife
In the two-minute YouTube clip, the lads clasp hands before stripping down to their jeans and enjoying a spot of bare-chested bump and grind.
PRAYERS: Robed monks clasp hands in devotion as crowd gathers in Trafalgar Square; DRUM BEAT: Monks at Big Ben yesterday; DEFIANT: Monk in Burma
The "newspaper" said that it turns out that while Jaffe is not prepared to clasp hands with women, he is more than happy to clasp plenty of other body parts.