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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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The limitation of this method is that while manipulating the specimen, the graphical display is static and requires additional scans to see the result of the manipulation.
In other words, in MOOs, objects, voice, settings and activities are created via commands and text, while in The Palace, objects are represented by graphics together with text, and students engage in activities through manipulating avatars and props and typing text.
Manipulating the plant's fragrance with finesse, therefore, would require commandeering several genes, a dauntingly difficult task since researchers are only sporadically successful at achieving a desired goal when engineering even single genes.
By manipulating the quality and quantity of the fiber and fines fractions, papermakers can improve the performance of paper in printing.
Delgadillo said the company engaged in actions such as using rapid-fire trading, manipulating the volume of gas and reporting false information to drive up prices.
In previous experiments, Antonio Garcia and his colleagues at Arizona State University in Tempe tried to sidestep that challenge by manipulating the drops on very smooth surfaces.
The ability to go from dry to wet and back on command makes the surface potentially useful for manipulating solutions in microchip chemical laboratories and many other devices, the material's developers say.
LANCASTER - He's a mild-mannered United Parcel Service driver by day and an artist by night, manipulating photos into his own design with the use of an SX-70 Polaroid camera.
There is no valid excuse for manipulating the timing of the annual meeting and any such actions cannot be reconciled with proper governance standards.
Instead of manipulating electrons' spins with microscale magnetic fields, which tend to be weak and sluggish, researchers in California and Pennsylvania have devised a simpler, electric means of controlling the spins.
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Daniel Fischel of Lexecon, the world's foremost damages expert, trebling that number, plus pre-judgment interest, leads to an enormous financial exposure for the leading underwriting firms for allegedly manipulating over 800 IPOs in the 1999-2000 time period.
The idea of manipulating photons instead of electrons in microscopic circuits has long appealed to researchers interested in speeding up optical communications and information processing.
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Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have found that they can control the size of the polymer's molecules by genetically manipulating production of a key enzyme.