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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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Matthew added: "Ten years on from the initial Hoboken sessions, it was decided the time was right for some closure and we're very pleased that the songs which make up that long lost album, Hands Around the City, will finally be out there for people to enjoy.
After she had returned from holiday, he pushed her onto a bed and put his hands around her throat.
A third alleged victim, neighbour Douglas Killeya, said last year Tenniswood had put his hands around his neck "as if to strangle me" after he refused to go for a drink with him.
Protesters hope by linking hands around the building at 5.
A source said: "She told them that, about three years earlier, he had clamped his hands around a woman's throat.
Locally-based charity Hands Around The World works to help disadvantaged children, mostly in sub-Saharan Africa.
No one man can put his hands around this tree, just as no one man can embrace life and all the wisdom it has to offer.
Stchi was photographed with his hands around Lawson's neck in central London earlier this year.
When she asked for them back, the man put his hands around her neck before running off across a nearby park.
Inside, about 15 feet away in a hallway, Officer Bouchard said in a report filed with the court, that he could see the victim on the floor, moving her hands around in slow motion as if looking for something to grab.
dollar changed hands around the 78 yen line early Wednesday in Tokyo after briefly hitting a fresh four-month low in New York overnight.
A MAN dressed as the Grim Reaper appeared in a grandmother's bedroom and put his hands around her neck, a court heard.