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  1. Arindam Atlekar

    Post Hands in Tow

    Is this a valid phrase, used commonly in English? I mean to use it to mean --"When we are walking together, hand-in-hand" -- as if in the aisle, getting married -- So, I want to say that poetically. The earlier line ends with "-- what you KNOW" and I want to end this line as "--- Hands in TOW"

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    Re: Hands in Tow

    It does rhyme, but it doesn't carry the sense for me.

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