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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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While no single treatment delivers a quick and permanent cure, here's help to safeguard your skin's natural moisturizers and keep hands healthy this winter from Barbara R.
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Fairy, a leading dishwashing liquid, has partnered with top beauty brand Olay to come up with a new dishwashing product, said to keep hands soft and beautiful while leaving dishes squeaky clean.
Abboud adamantly refused that Casino du Liban issue be politicized urging politicians to keep hands off the Casino Head of the Lebanese Touristic Firms' Syndicate Jean Beiruti called for a nation-wide conference to help secure 20% revenue out of the total GNP and advocated a major Arab role with this regard.
Kangri', a traditional firepot, which contains burning coals, is often used to keep hands and feet warm.
FootJoy's WinterSof glove offers thin, flexible layers of insulation and stretch knit cuffs to keep hands warm and leather in the palm and index finger for a secure grip.
Wipes are a convenient way to keep hands clean on the go, allowing people to go about their daily business without worrying about germs.
Ergonomic handles keep hands away from heat and provide maximum leverage for better cleaning.
Could it be that I'm being too harsh and that even these free-marketers have been sobered by the results of the push in the last seven years to keep hands off the markets and let them do what they "do best?
The new Fresh Scents Air Freshener & Antibacterial Deodorant Soap dispenser is an ingenious two-in-one product that helps keep hands clean and rooms smelling fresh.
North American Video of Brick, New Jersey, is offering a personal video surveillance system that can be worn by the user to keep hands free.