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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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Just putting hands in the ruck, we don't need to do it.
They are managing gas stations, making loans to cash-shorted businesses, putting hands on supermarket franchises and acquiring building in Rome and Milan.
Richard Newman, a professional body language coach, recently wrote in Forbes that putting hands palms down is a sign that someone means business.
Up they jump, and they fiddle about, putting hands in one pocket after another until they find their electronic device, by which time, Mr Deputy Speaker is glaring at them and the whole House is looking at them.
There is no excuse for putting hands on any child at school," Mrs.