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Synonyms for handle

deal in



fly off the handle


Synonyms for handle

to bring the hands or fingers, for example, into contact with so as to give or receive a physical sensation

to use with or as if with the hands

to behave in a specified way toward

the word or words by which one is called and identified

Synonyms for handle

touch, lift, or hold with the hands

handle effectively

show and train

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I hadn't noticed, which is why McGrath has a big figure in his 'plus' column and I have a big figure in the other one.
The bands due to play are Atticus Academy, Big Figure, Cal Fraser, Correction House, Fired, Hakara, High Rollers, Katy Wright, Lisbon, The Mojags, Simon Evans, Street Party in Soho and Swiss Alpine Club.
Odds on for full telephone pounds 50 FREE BET FOR NEW ACCOUNTS - TEXT 'PEOPLE' TO 89660 Despite the cut-price bonus, a Cardiff source said: "It is not a big figure but it's not about the money.
A relative newcomer to bowls, the big figure of Whitham imposed himself on proceedings and beat Yorkshire county player Richard Bentley, of Cleckheaton Sports, 21-16 in the final.
On a more positive note, in the context of global recovery momentum, the big figure for the week is Friday's US non-farm payrolls.
David is a very big figure in our party and I'm sure there are all sorts of ways in which he will be able to contribute in the future.
Now I feel that if I continue playing to the level I am now, I will be a really big figure in this campaign.
He was the guy, a big figure, this icon to all of us,'' Batesole said.
I know being captain of Rangers means I'm a big figure in Scotland but the minute I step on the pitch I forget about that.
Meanwhile Big Figure Promotions have also organised at the last minute a show by Andy Cairns, who has fronted Therapy?
Saleroom manager Tom Waldron said: "Mimi was a big figure in John's life.
Supported by Glaswegian newcomers The Big Figure and fellow seventies stalwarts 10cc, Status Quo became the latest classic act to grace the picturesque grounds of Alnwick Castle in what proved to be a quintessentially British evening of nostalgic hits, picnics aplenty and the usual appearance of the ever-unpredictable national weather.
Another big figure on the scene is PR fixer Matthew Freud, married to Murdoch's daughter Elisabeth.
He has been a big figure here and we have missed him.