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handles

verb
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Now while the tinsmiths had been at work mending the Woodman himself, another of the Winkies, who was a goldsmith, had made an axe-handle of solid gold and fitted it to the Woodman's axe, instead of the old broken handle.
When the remedy that is in the handle of the club is warmed by your hand it will penetrate throughout your body.
Wilson examined the finger marks on the knife handle and said to himself, "Neither of the twins made those marks.
If their fingerprints had been on the handle--but useless to bother any further about that; the fingerprints on the handle were NOT theirs--that he knew perfectly.
Whenever he ran across a girl or a woman he was not acquainted with, he got her fingerprints, on one pretext or another; and they always cost him a sigh when he got home, for they never tallied with the finger marks on the knife handle.
Special features include easy-to-adjust leg sets, ratcheting handles for easier angle adjustments, and automatic belt tensioning on all horizontal-to-incline and Z style models.
Pneumatic 2001 FO sprue picker for presses of 150-200 tons is PLC-controlled, handles weights up to 0.