She paused at one point due to the pain, and handler Red Eldridge nudged her to keep moving.
handler as a creator, not a star; Silverman with a pilot commitment.
Headley says Iqbal was the ISI handler who trained, directed and funded him, though he admits he does not know Iqbal's real name.
It honored the extraordinarily talented artist Cindy Sherman and the incredibly cool late-night talk-show host Chelsea handler.
Hurst worked as a handler of Irish Republic Army informants for the British Army.
Millionaire and handler withdrew a few steps from father and daughter and dog.
He was already beginning to show his natural fitness as a handler of weapons.
When with the gambler, or the roue, he was equally at home—a debauchee, or a handler of cards.
"There's a certain advantage to this," he said as he moved the handler delicately.
Nor shall such owner or handler move more than three feet from the post until his dog shall have completed the trial.
late 14c., "one who handles" anything, agent noun from handle (v.). Specific sense of "one engaged in trade" is from 1690s; that of "prizefighter's assistant" (1916) was earlier used in reference to dogfights and cockfights (1825).
A person who seconds, supports, advises, etc, a principal: Bush and his political handlers believe, as Reagan did, that the way to the people's heart is paved with unshucked corn
[1950+ Prizefighting; the term was used of those who handled gamecocks, dogs, etc, by 1825]