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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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Hands Off HRI had initially had its bid to hold a judicial review rejected by a judge and so this was a successful appeal of that decision.
Steven McInulty and Craig Covington held up three female staff members at Hatton Country World, near Solihull, in July last year and threatened to cut their hands off unless the woman opened safes.
Kylie, the youngest of the Jenner family, is seen taking her hands off while driving in an attempt to pose for a good selfie.
The gaffe-prone Conservative mayor urged the government to "prise Spanish hands off the throat of our colony" after it increased border checks in retaliation for the building of an artificial reef in disputed waters.
The people of Turkey have opposed and resisted this dirty pending NATO war against Syria from the very start and they will continue to do so, concluding his article by repeating "NATO, hands off Syria
11 ( ANI ): Robert Pattinson could not manage to keep his hands off Kristen Stewart during a dinner party in New York, according to sources.
How many women can keep their hands off a piece of well-crafted gold jewellery?
And now England, as you will be keeping your hands off our shirt, please keep your hands off our manager too.
In his illuminating contribution to the Symposium, Professor Andrew Koppelman likewise aims to answer the basic question of "why it is regarded as appropriate for government to keep its hands off religious doctrine.
The student leaders, dubbed the CSU, are fronting the Life on Mars-style poster and internet campaign, called Hands off Cardiff, to ask students to take their valuables home over Christmas.
If 01 dribbles first to the left side and hands off the ball to 03, 03 could then become the "hot dribbler" and the "attack" portion of the offense could then begin with the following hand-off
Anti-death penalty group Hands Off Cain said the increase was because more countries that had capital punishment on their books actually resorted to it in 2006.