She cradled her throbbing head on her arms and tried to relax.
For a moment he held Zach, body in one hand and head cradled in the other.
"Damian," Jule said, standing with his mate cradled in his arms.
For a moment he cradled her in his arms, caressing her back.
Finally he lifted his hands and cradled her face in them, the thumbs gently caressing her cheeks.
She'd woken cradled in his arms.
Her small body cradled in his arms, he wasn't able to remember the last time he felt so relaxed.
Ryland shook his hand goodbye as Dean cradled the phone to his shoulder.
"You must be Lana," a woman said, rising from the corner with a sleeping child cradled in her arms.
The phantom shook his head in silent objection.
He released her hand and cradled her face in his hands.
Slowly he cradled her face in his hands and proceeded to kiss it lightly - first her forehead, then her cheeks and finally the corners of her mouth.
He cradled her in silence, holding her close.
At some point she dozed, and when she lifted her head, he was asleep, his head cradled on one arm as he slumped over the table.
She was comfortable, cradled in his arms.
He cradled her against his chest, waiting to feel her pulse.
She cradled her son in the piscina and lived on charity.
The title c.µno-Tns given to Dionysus in certain places, probably pointing to human sacrifice.) To connect this with the myth of the Theban birth of Dionysus, it is said that Zeus gave the child's heart to Semele, or himself swallowed it and gave birth to the new Dionysus (called Iacchus from his worshippers' cry of rejoicing), who was cradled and swung in a winnowing fan (Xikvos; see J.