The word “clinch” was coined in the early 1900s by the American journalist and author, William Dean Howells. Howells wrote that “clinching” the meaning of the word was the act of clinging to something in spite of the fact that you weren’t fully aware of it. What Howells meant in this instance is that you cling to your emotions and emotions cling to you.
In the case of our protagonist Colt, he has a cling to his emotions, his passion for his job, his devotion to his family, and his power to control the fate of the island.
I think by this point you should have at least a basic understanding of what cling is, but if you don’t, I recommend you read Howells’ book “Clinching the Meaning: The American Journalist and the World He Made.” It’s a beautiful book that will open your mind up to the notion of emotional attachment. It’s also a great read for those of you who have a lot of time on your hands and want to learn more about the concept of emotional attachment.
The concept of cling is to be able to hold on to a person because of the emotions associated with that person. In layman’s terms, cling is used to refer to a person who refuses to let go of a relationship because the relationship is too painful to let go of. Basically it’s the same concept as a bad boyfriend/girlfriend, except that instead of being a bad boyfriend/girlfriend, its a bad emotional attachment.
The only time I ever have to say this is when I have to explain to someone who is asking me how to say the word “bromance” because they are unable to wrap their head around the concept.
With the introduction of the new social networking website, Twitter, I’m sure a lot of people are asking how one can avoid these types of situations. The most important thing to remember is that your interactions with people are on Twitter, so if you’re not following the people you’re interacting with, you are putting them in danger.
We don’t know much about how Twitter works, but I think it’s safe to say that there are a few ways to avoid becoming a follower. To start with, follow people you want to connect with. I know this may seem obvious, but follow people you think are interesting, people you think might be friends, people you want to hang out with. This will definitely limit any risk of becoming a follower.
The second thing to do is to look at your Twitter timeline and find the people you like and talk to them. If they respond to your tweets, that means you dont have to be afraid of becoming a follower. A few people dont retweet, but for the most part, youd probably be safe.
It is very common for people to respond to your tweets, it is also very common for people to follow you. But the second step is to make sure you arent following people you dont like. If people dont reply to your tweets, they can lead you down a very dangerous path. Some people will follow you, only to see you follow a lot of other people and they dont like you. And then youre not in the game anymore.