Douglas Schoen and Jessica Tarlov on how Romney and Obama should handle the topic.
Insiders and outliers and nearly everyone else is abuzz: Can Fallon handle the job?
But the U.S. District Court in Tucson can only handle up to 70 defendants at each Streamline hearing.
“When you run for president, you have to demonstrate that you can handle all kinds of media outlets,” Mueller said.
Like Tomas and Ebba, sometimes the best way to handle the situation is to put your head down and forge ahead.
Mr. Moore: The cabbage worm is one that is very easy to handle.
He can handle fifteen hundred men better'n I handle my three.
The handle, released from all pressure, flew through the air and Tom rolled over backwards into Morris's lap.
Yet he hesitated again before he turned the handle of the outer door.
He is plenty big and strong enough to handle her if he is able to get a friend of his to go along with him.
Old English handle, formed from hand (n.) with instrumental suffix -le indicating a tool in the way thimble was formed from thumb. The slang sense of "nickname" is first recorded 1870, originally U.S., from earlier expressions about adding a handle to (one's) name, i.e. a title such as Mister or Sir, attested from 1833. To fly off the handle (1833) is a figurative reference to an ax head (to be off the handle "be excited" is recorded from 1825, American English). To get a handle on "get control of" is first recorded 1972.
Old English handlian "to touch or move with the hands," also "deal with, discuss;" see handle (n.). Akin to Old Norse höndla "to seize, capture," Danish handle "to trade, deal," German handeln "to bargain, trade." Related: Handled; handling. Meaning "to act towards (someone) in a certain manner" (usually with hostility or roughness) is from c.1200. The commercial sense was weaker in English than in some other Germanic languages, but it emerged in American English (1888) from the notion of something passing through one's hands, and cf. handler.
To cope with; manage; hack: He can handle Tom's temper tantrums very well/ My wife left me and I don't know how to handle it (1970s+)
Use of grandiose handles is characteristic of crackers, weenies, spods, and other lower forms of network life; true hackers travel on their own reputations.