Some articles on hands, hand:
... Following the success of Healing Hands I and II, Hong Kong's No.1 Television Channel, TVB, introduced Healing Hands III ... It starred the original casts of Healing Hands I Lawrence Ng and Bowie Lam and Healing Hands II Moses Chan, Maggie Shiu and Raymond Cho along with new additions to the series ...
... The vassal would clasp his hands before him in the ultimate sign of submission, the standard Christian attitude of prayer, and would stretch his clasped hands outward to the lord ... The lord in turn grasped the vassal's hands between his own, showing he was the superior in the relationship ... Through the touching of hands the warrior chief caused to pass from this own body into the body of the vassal something like a sacred fluid, the hail ...
... The Hands of the Cause of God, Hands of the Cause, or Hands (informally) were a select group of Bahá'ís, appointed for life, whose main function was to propagate ... in the Bahá'í Faith, who serve in those offices, Hands are considered to have achieved a distinguished rank in service to the religion ... The last living Hand of the Cause was `Alí-Muhammad Varqá (1911-2007) ...
... The HANDS in Autism, founded in 2004, is an outreach and training extension of CSATC ... Focus areas of the program include providing hands-on learning opportunities for professionals and establishing coaching and mentoring relationships ...
... Unlike soccer, players support themselves on their hands and feet, face up, in motions that make them look like crabs, a method known as crabwalking ... the goalkeeper must not touch the ball with their hands ... platform which they scoot around with their hands and legs ...
More definitions of "hands":
Famous quotes containing the word hands:
“Power and speed be hands and feet.”
—Ralph Waldo Emerson (18031882)
“Now Lady Maisry is gone home,
Made him a winding sheet,
And at the back of merry Lincoln
The dead corpse did her meet.
And all the bells of merry Lincoln,
Without mens hands were rung,”
—Unknown. Hugh of Lincoln (l. 6166)
“The government, which is the supreme authority in states, must be in the hands of one, or of a few, or of the many. The true forms of government, therefore, are those in which the one, the few, or the many, govern with a view to the common interest.”
—Aristotle (384323 B.C.)