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He hugged her.

I hugged her tightly.

The girl hugged her doll.

The mother hugged the child to her bosom.

She kissed and hugged her boyfriend, and told him she loved him.

The girl hugged her books to her chest as she walked down the hall.

The old woman nervously hugged her purse to her chest as the men walked by.

The little boy cried, and hugged his mother as his father got on the plane.

The old woman hugged her grandchildren, and kissed them both on the cheeks.

Jane’s mother cried, and hugged her when Jane told her she was getting married.

Suki ran over to her father, and hugged his leg as soon as he walked in the door.

The young girl blushed with embarrassment when her father hugged her in front of her friends.

When the winner was announced, the young woman jumped up, hugged her friends, and then ran up on stage.

She said yes, he hugged her and cried, and they went to bed, she said.

When he left, Sherko hugged his parents, his three siblings and the cat.

He waved and shook hands and hugged colleagues, loved ones and dignitaries.

He hugged her and said that the United States was duty-bound to take those in need.

The pope hugged her and later put aside most of his own prepared speech to respond.

825120 They approached the car, hugged and kissed Layla, and said hello to Mohammad.

81926 As soon as I got even with him I basically bear hugged the victim,”” he said.”

Bees with the Archer sting Janielle Walters is hugged by coach Reverend Glen Archer.

After the decision was made to release their son, they smiled and hugged one another.

Wrana’s relatives also quietly wept and shook their heads as they hugged one another.

I almost hugged him and kissed him but you got to do that on a more consistent basis.”

Thornton said he and Melissa hugged and kissed when their spouses were out of the room.

931112 When Pepabano finally saw her family everyone cried with tears of joy and hugged.

In an unusual display of emotion, Harper crossed the floor and hugged Trudeau and Mulcair.

He was thinner and happier, but when I hugged him goodbye I was, for a moment, taken aback.

The sailors were greeted by family members and friends who hugged them at New Delhi’s airport.

They hugged, they kissed, and everyone started unsuccessfully trying to mesh their names together.