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    Hands in Tow

    Is this a valid phrase in spoken/written English? What I am trying to do, is rhyme this sentence "---- with Hands in Tow" with a preceding sentence, ending in "--- What You Know" -- What I am trying to communicate is any or all of the following: -

    "Walk Hand in Hand"
    "Walk to the Aisle"
    "Get Married"
    "Live together"

    Please offer suggestions/corrections

    Arindam

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    Re: Hands in Tow

    Hand in hand they go??

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