With the hands rather than by machine.
(1872-1961) US jurist. He became federal district judge under President Taft 1909 and was appointed to the Second Circuit Court of Appeals by President Coolidge 1924. He served as chief judge of that court 1939–51, handing down opinions in landmark copyright, antitrust, and the constitutional First Amendment cases.
Born in Albany, New York, US, and educated at Harvard University, Hand received his law degree 1896. Although never appointed to the US Supreme Court, Hand was considered a leading jurist of his day. A collection of his essays, The Spirit of Liberty, was published 1952.
The cards held in a card game by a given player at any given time; SYN. deal.
ETYM as. hand, hond; akin to Dutch, German, and Swed. hand, Old High Germ. hant, Dan. haand, Icel. hönd, Goth. handus, and perh. to Goth. hinthan to seize (in comp.). Related to Hunt.
1. Terminal part of the forelimb in certain vertebrates.
2. On humans, the extremity of the forearm, beyond the wrist, composed of the palm and five fingers, including the opposable thumb.
Sinonimi: helping hand
1. Physical assistance; SYN. helping hand.
2. A round of applause to signify approval.
3. A unit of length equal to 4 inches; used in measuring horses; unit used in measuring the height of a horse from front hoof to shoulder (withers). One hand equals 10.2 cm/4 in.
5. One of two sides of an issue.
6. A rotating pointer on the face of a timepiece.
7. A position given by its location to the side of an object.
8. A member of the crew of a ship.
1. To lead, guide, or assist with the hand
3. To give, pass, or transmit with the hand
3. To present or provide with