hands

See clock hands.

hands

[n] - (with `in`) guardianship over
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hands

noun (with `in`) guardianship over; in divorce cases it is the right to house and care for and discipline a child; `my fate is in your hands`; `too much power in the president`s hands`; `your guests are now in my custody`; `the mother was awarded custody of th...
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Hands

Crewmen.
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Hands

Hands is the unit of measurement of labourers or sailors, thus a ship crewed by 100 sailors carries 100 hands. The phrase all hands on deck refers to all the staff.
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hands

manos
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HANDS

The crew of the ship.
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hands

The pointing devices of an analog watch that circle around its dial indicating the time and any other speacial feature the watch may have. The various styles of hands include alpha, baton, dauphine, luminous and skeleton, amongst others
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