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[hand] See: AT HAND, BIRD IN THE HAND IS WORTH TWO IN THE BUSH,BITE THE HAND THAT FEEDS ONE, CLEAN HANDS, DIRTY ONE'S HANDS, EAT OUTOF ONE'S HAND, FORCE ONE'S HAND, FREE HAND, FROM HAND TO HAND, GLADHAND, HAM-HANDED, HANG HEAVY or HANG HEAVY ON ONE'S HANDS, HAT INHAND, HAVE A HAND IN, HAVE ONE'S HANDS FULL, HEAVY-HANDED, IN HAND,JOIN FORCES or JOIN HANDS, KEEP ONE'S HAND IN, LAY HANDS ON, LAY ONE'SHANDS ON or GET ONE'S HAND ON or PUT ONE'S HAND ON, LEND A HAND orGIVE A HAND or BEAR A HAND, LET ONE'S LEFT HAND KNOW WHAT ONE'S RIGHTHAND IS DOING, LIFT A FINGER or LIFT A HAND also RAISE A HAND, LIVEFROM HAND TO MOUTH, MANY HANDS MAKE LIGHT WORK, OFF ONE'S HANDS, ONHAND, ON ONE'S HANDS, ON THE OTHER HAND, OUT OF HAND, PLAY INTO ONE'SHANDS, PUT ONE'S HAND TO or SET ONE'S HAND TO or TURN ONE'S HAND TO,PUT ONE'S HAND TO THE PLOW, ROB THE TILL or HAVE ONE'S HAND IN THETILL, SECTION HAND, SIT ON ONE'S HANDS, TAKE ONE'S LIFE IN ONE'SHANDS, TAKE THE LAW INTO ONE'S OWN HANDS, THROW UP ONE'S HANDS, THROWUP ONE'S HANDS IN HORROR, TIE ONE'S HANDS, TRY ONE'S HAND, UPPER HANDor WHIP HAND, WASH ONE'S HANDS OF.