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Hand

A unit of length equivalent to four inches. It is used in the sale and use of horses.
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As a result, the contents of the average handbag are now worth pounds 577.
Handbag Clinic, which repairs high-end designer handbags and leather goods, as well as fixing worn red Christian Louboutin soles, opened its first standalone store on London's Kings Road earlier this year.
The priceless handbag was painted with an innocent imagination, while it was crafted by the first lady Maria PIA Gucci of the Gucci family.
The Handbags market in the US is witnessing steady growth and is expected to grow at a steady rate during the forecast period.
Anyone who donated a handbag was entered into a draw to win a new Stella Mc-Cartney handbag.
Old make-up brushes, especially if they've been festering at the bottom of a handbag, could be riddled with bacteria.
I have a drawer under the spare bed FULL of handbags, I have no idea what is actually in there.
Webber agreed she told Royal Mail investigators three different versions of where the handbag came from, but claimed she was confused at the interview.
Cancer Research UK's latest fundraising campaign aimed to get celebrities to auction their designer handbags to raise money for the charity.
PC Adcock added: "We need to increase people's awareness to purse and handbag thefts.
Max ($90); alligator handbag, Lana Marks ($7,995); shoes, Marc Jacobs ($240).
22) - Feminine styles, from Christian Dior's Lady Dior handbag with the dangling brass letters on the handle to Kate Spade's flower-decked little totes.