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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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I was glad to see this story reflecting expertise developed by 'getting hands dirty*!
Getting hands on the audit reports of Orange Line train, Metro Bus and Rawalpindi Bus is a pivotal development in NAB's probe against Ahad Cheema.
A monarch prevents such from getting hands on the mechanisms of state, as does the declaration of loyalty by the forces to a monarch, and not a government.
The group spent a day with the French luxury skin care, cosmetics and perfume company, getting hands on with a range of treatments at their city centre spa in Leicester.
I have a few tattoos myself, but wouldn't dream of getting hands, face or neck done."
If this is a problem you will need to dig deep into the soil and add barrow leaves the garden getting hands loads of organic matter to improve it.
Afterwards, Gateshead Libraries took to social media to praise the success of the maker space, tweeting: "Lots of people having a go - getting hands on with digital.
When the Braava jet is done, users place the robot over the garbage can and hit the 'eject' button to drop the pad into the trash, no getting hands wet or dirty by touching the used pad.