handler

  1. one who trains or exhibits animals
  2. (sports) someone in charge of training an athlete or a team

handler

noun (sports) someone in charge of training an athlete or a team
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Handler

A person who is taking a dog into the ring to show the dog. Usually refers to a professional handler who shows dogs for clients for a fee.
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Handler

Generally, the first buyer of a farmer
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handler

Handler is a person who trains and acts as a second to a boxer
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Handler

One who trains or exhibits an animal, such as a dog.
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Handler

Person 18 years old or older, other than an the owner or co-owner, designated by the owner or co-owner of an entered dog to be the handler of, and the person responsible for, the dog at the event.
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Handler

person who shows dogs for other people; professional handler. May also board, train and groom their charges, or may pick the dog up at the ringside from the owner.
Found on http://www.showdogsupersite.com/actualshow/dogsho3.html

Handler

The software that allows AmigaOS to access various file systems, such as reading PC and Mac disk.
Found on http://www.amigahistory.co.uk/h.html

handler

[n] - an agent who handles something or someone
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