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to use with or as if with the hands

to handle in a way so as to mix, form, and shape

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to control to one's own advantage by artful or indirect means

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influence or control shrewdly or deviously

tamper, with the purpose of deception

manipulate in a fraudulent manner

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control (others or oneself) or influence skillfully, usually to one's advantage

treat manually, as with massage, for therapeutic purposed

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Orientation and view are often manipulatable, but the environment is not really interactive as it cannot be modified by participants.
For platforms that are accessible to children with disabilities only by means of transfer--that is for those platforms that cannot be accessed by wheelchairs--the requirement that manipulatable equipment be placed within reach ranges of wheelchair users is not applicable.
Therefore, identifying manipulatable factors that will affect selfcontrol behavior becomes important.
People had always been manipulatable elements in this "larger composition" as Price writes that "In our own species, objects merely picturesque are to be found among the wandering tribes of gypsies and beggars .
The processes leading to marginalisation are modifiable and manipulatable.
What's special in this book is the amount of manipulatable flaps, wheels, pull-tabs, removable parts to assemble elsewhere, and little books to read.
When genetic code becomes "more manipulatable, more like a computer's memory, then the limiting factor will be the quality of the software that governs the manipulation.
If electronic records no longer need to remain in a manipulatable state (that is, the users no longer require computer access to the data), usually no justification exists for retaining them in a digital, computer-processable format.
So would the advantages of turning to a more complex indicator, which might be perceived as manipulatable, in a context of relative stability of the RPIX in recent years.
They argue that quantity often fails to discriminate among more and less culpable defendants and is based on manipulatable, arbitrary, or unreliable factors.
The body behind the keyboard, wiggling its fingers, sliding a mouse back and forth and staring into the screen, may be experiencing a sense of mobility in the virtual world, but at the physical level the body resembles Foucault's ideal subject of power, the analyzable, manipulatable, "docile body" (Foucault 136) available to be "subjected, used, transformed, and improved" (Dery 165).
Ecological views of learning disability offer several possibilities for rehabilitation intervention by linking LD effects to manipulatable personal and environmental factors.
34) The Web far surpasses the capabilities of traditional print media, as it provides easily downloaded and manipulatable information, dynamic Web pages, and larger immediate audiences.