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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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Feminists would have their hands round his neck given the chance.
London, Dec 3 (ANI): The teenaged model, who caused controversy when a judge showed he could fit both hands round her tiny waist, has now been named as America's Next Top Model.
cup your hands round your faces, finally able to see through--
He punched and kicked her and put his hands round her neck so she could hardly breath.
I put my hands round my head to try and protect myself.
The doddery elderly butler who hands round the chocolate has also been retired to make way for a dashing young waiter, while the kitsch 'Monsieur you are really spoiling us' strapline has changed to 'Knowing how to receive is knowing how to give.
JUST because he didn't put his hands round your throat doesn't mean your uncle didn't force you.
He put both hands round her throat and started to squeeze.
Eight Hands Round is a collection of twenty-six quilt patterns that reflect events significant to the settlement of the United States.
The complainant, who cannot be identified, claimed Kibirige, who is the son of a hospital consultant and a GP, put his hands round her neck and she was too scared to shout out for help.
Foster is a safe pair of hands round the cup: Pulis, like many managers, likes to alternate his keepers for league and cup competitions.
Eddie stood up and threw the TV across the floor and threw himself across the room and wrapped his hands round my neck.