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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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The position of Hands Off The Internet on how the broadband race should be run is simple: let consumers pick winners and losers, not the government.
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Overall, 146 countries and territories have renounced the death penalty to some extent, either through outright abolition or a moratorium, Hands Off Cain said.
But Robson told the Spaniards: "Keep your hands off Alan Shearer - if I sold him it would be like selling the Tyne Bridge.
Big difference from the days of suicide shifters when you had to take both hands off the wheel to shift," he said with great earnestness, squinting in the afternoon sun.
Voice recognition and voice activation features allow drivers to make calls, take calls, and access the phone's address book without taking hands off the wheel.
Hands off our health service WHILE candidates from all parties around the country are seeking votes for the coming election, there is a sinister move afoot putting our NHS in danger of being privatised despite the promises from party leaders that the NHS is safe in our hands.
The "Hands off Birmingham, Hands off the Black Country" protest will take place outside Dudley Council House at 5.
Also showing off her endless legs was Oscarwinner Charlize Theron, whose boyfriend Sean Penn couldn't keep his hands off her.
Basically, what the woman is communicating to others is, "I've got him - hands off," she added.
Cameron and Brown have to be told in no uncertain terms to keep their hands off Scotland's cash," said Mr Salmond.
The following comment may be attributed to Mike McCurry, Co-Chairman of the Hands Off The Internet coalition (http://www.