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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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It should go without saying that it is precisely because the Handbook is, and ever has been, such a superbly well-produced and useful data-compilation that it is always my first port of call for such information.
The handbook was the brainchild of Media Collective designer Andy Brown, who said: "The first handbook came about when I was working on a particular job and wasn't sure what sort of rich black to use.
The early pages of the 1911 handbook explain that a Scout must learn "riding, swimming, tramping, trailing, photography, first aid, camping, [and] handicraft," and nearly two thirds of the manual is devoted to teaching these outdoor skills.
Another handbook endorses Brooks's minimalist approach, but allows for some flexibility:
In addition, the handbook includes rule of law narratives provided by recently deployed practitioners.
"The new Printing Ink Handbook is over 250 pages," Mr.
Having achieved an almost indispensable status in the medical profession, the Oxford Medical Handbook series assumes a digital personality to further woo professionals.
The handbook completes its offering with more traditional rules of grammar, sentence structure, parts of speech, punctuation, and style.
In a bid to help such people, a long-time Indian resident has brought out a 20-page handbook with details regarding the amnesty rules and procedures.
Employers should continually assess that the handbook makes sense for their workplace.

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