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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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As previously reported, three other women died after becoming entrapped between the mattress and the bed handles.
If this coil gets cracks, it is not as moist as we are recommending to use for handles.
There were various colors (blue, white, yellow, and plum) of LEDs for illuminated stand magnifiers, but not the vast difference in intensities of LED handles that there is today.
It introduced a set of Sabatier steak knives featuring an acrylic, marbleized handle, as well as block sets with acrylic handles in a variety of colors.
In general, the design of flash pockets and pinches for handles is the same as for tails and flash.
Meeks III of the University of Massachusetts and Harold Rosenberg of the Universite Denis Diderot in Paris proved that a complete, embedded minimal surface that was topologically a punctured sphere with no handles had to be either the basic helicoid or the plane.
The system is embedded in a door handle in such a way that, when a hand grips the handle, the system emits light from the light source mounted in the handle to a finger and captures a clear image of the finger's dorsal vein patterns for authentication.
Plastic handles are now available for the company's tire hook, trim and ply knives.
Not only does Intellitouch do away with conventional door handles, it eliminates separate door locks by controlling the latch function, and can be fully integrated with an OEM's keyless entry system.
Seminars on containing dangerous chemicals can be customized for the products a business handles.
Steel complex handles as much as 250,000 tons of ferrous scrap each month, according to Tube City vice president of maintenance and engineering David Coslov.
You should buy tools that fit the need and always inspect them first, making sure that wood handles are free of cracks or knots because that's where they'll snap under pressure,'' says Allen, who adds that ``hoes, for instance, should come up to your nose when held upright.
Regardless of the shape of the object, the handles will form a rectangle surrounding it.
The new gait harness product incorporates handles on either side of the harness and one to the rear.
An often unstated part of the success equation, however, is how efficiently a foundry handles the materials it must reclaim or get ready for shipping.