fastened together

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When the hands were closed they looked like clusters of unpainted wooden balls as large as walnuts fastened together by steel rods.
It was a steel thing with a long pin to it, with which his long cloth outside gar- ment was fastened together in front.
His tail was short and scraggly, and his harness had been broken in many places and fastened together again with cords and bits of wire.
And gathering up the leather reins fastened together by a brass ring, Nikita took the driver's seat and started the impatient horse over the frozen manure which lay in the yard, towards the gate.
These lengths we had previously fastened together, and passing one end to the topmost warrior I lowered the other end cautiously over the opposite side of the wall toward the avenue below.
The cocoanuts were all attached to one another by strips of the husk, partly torn from the shell and rudely fastened together.
He pointed to some sort of iron bars, fastened together with strings, lying in a corner of the room.
The doors had been burnt, some on the spot, and the charcoal of them was still jagged with the action of the fire, which had gone out of itself, powerless, no doubt, to get to the heart of those massive joints of oak fastened together with iron nails.
Beer in this one,' replied the boy, taking from his shoulder a couple of large stone bottles, fastened together by a leathern strap--'cold punch in t'other.
Endowed with commonsense, as massive and hard as blocks of granite, fastened together by stern rigidity of purpose, as with iron clamps, he followed out his original design, probably without so much as imagining an objection to it.
Then she looked up, and their eyes met again, remained fastened together, like an unbreakable bond, like a clasp of eternal complicity; and the decorous silence, the pervading quietude of the house which enveloped this meeting of their glances became for a moment inexpressibly vile, for he was afraid she would say too much and make magnanimity impossible, while behind the profound mournfulness of her face there was a regret--a regret of things done--the regret of delay--the thought that if she had only turned back a week sooner--a day sooner--only an hour sooner.
Bob was in the act of depositing his pack on the door-step, and with it a row of small books fastened together with string.