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|1.||“Enough to feed a family of eight, ” said Frank Puleo, a caterer from Staten Island who has traveled to China to handle food-related issues.||1|
|2.||“Imagine being a caveman and having to eviscerate a dinosaur with your bare hands,” Terry said.||1|
|3.||( She puts her hand on the dish towel which lies on the table , stands looking down at table , one half of which is clean , the other half messy . ) It's wiped to here .||1|
|4.||(Again, fondle, not manhandle.) Draw lazy circles around her breasts and when her nipples are erect, open your hands and with your palms lying flat on her nipples, gently draw open circles.||1|
|5.||(The Frisky) -- Kate Middleton's engagement ring just so happens to be a hand-me-down from the late Princess Diana.||0|
|6.||''We want a lot from men these days, '' says sex and relationship psychologist Petra Boynton. ''They're meant to be the breadwinners, but also doting, hands-on dads who deliver mind-blowing orgasms.''||1|
|7.||'All hands aboard by four this afternoon,'shouted the squire, after him.||1|
|8.||'Am I not?'Mr. Lorry opened his hands, and extended them outwards with an argumentative smile.||1|
|9.||'Any problems?' 'Nothing I can't handle.'||1|
|10.||'Being the boss's right hand in this way earns huge brownie points, ' Ms. Hahn says.||1|
|11.||'Bring Back Nelson Mandela, Bring him back home to Soweto, I want to see him walking hand in hand with Winnie Mandela', sang Hugh Masekela, a renowned anti-apartheid artist.||2|
|12.||'Don't just stand there, give me a hand,' she barked at the shop assistant.||1|
|13.||'He used to be so handsome.'--'And now?'.||1|
|14.||'He's over there,' said Ali, waving a hand towards some trees.||1|
|15.||'Here you go.' Callum handed her a glass of orange juice.||1|
|16.||'Here's old Ratty! ' they cried as soon as they saw him. 'Come and bear a hand , Rat, and don't stand about idle! '||1|
|17.||'I didn't, ' sobbed the youth, escaping from my hands, and finishing the remainder of the purification with his cambric pocket-handkerchief.||1|
|18.||'I like to think that gallantry isn't dead,' he said, kissing her hand.||1|
|19.||'I've got his card.' Judith said, handing it over.||1|
|20.||'It will die out,'said Monsieur the Marquis, glancing at his hands,'directly.'.||1|
|21.||'No , father ,'said, Lucie, yearning and weeping as she kissed her hand,'no.||1|
|22.||'Oh dear!' she cried, clapping a hand over her mouth.||1|
|23.||'Pegasus' can be handled similarly if we read it as short for a description: 'the winged horse captured by Bellerophon'. So for all proper names.||1|
|24.||'SixthSense' is a wearable gestural interface that augments the physical world around us with digital information and lets us use natural hand gestures to interact with that information.||1|
|25.||'so, at last the horny - handed lady comes to her real mission.||1|
|26.||'This is a handy cove,'says he, at length,'and a pleasant sittyated grog - shop.||1|
|27.||'This may have recalled the brave hand-to-hand combat of the Korean War and China's players may fight well, but this is still a loss of face, ' wrote a Weibo user going by the name of Liu Zhe.||0|
|28.||'Tis because there's a new hand come among us, ' said Jonathan Kail.||1|
|29.||'You can't just dismiss this out of hand, ' says Joseph Kirschvink, a professor of geobiology at the California Institute of Technology.||1|
|30.||" asked Meg one snowy afternoon, as her sister came tramping through the hall, in rubber boots, old sack, and hood, with a broom in one hand and a shovel in the other.||1|
hands (plural noun) · a hand (noun)
- the end part of a person's arm beyond the wrist, including the palm, fingers, and thumb.
- a pointer on a clock or watch indicating the passing of units of time.
- a person's workmanship, especially in artistic work.
- a person who engages in manual labor, especially in a factory, on a farm, or on board a ship.
- the set of cards dealt to a player in a card game.
- a unit of measurement of a horse's height, equal to 4 inches (10.16 cm).
- a bunch of bananas.
hands (third person present) · handed (past tense) · handed (past participle) · handing (present participle)
- pick (something) up and give it to (someone).
- hold the hand of (someone) in order to help them move in the specified direction.