The sessions are hands-on, open, and collaborative by design.
In its drive to close the gap, Today is working to forge a new identity under a hands-on executive producer, Don Nash.
Adelson is known for being a hands-on donor who makes decisions carefully.
Being a parent myself has given me both additional sympathy and some hands-on experience with things that seem to be effective.
At the beginning of the series, she had a husband in prison; she had kids that required a great deal of hands-on mothering.
Inevitably, the old visceral “hands-on” flying skills, no longer much employed by pilots, have atrophied like an unused limb.
That is, until the phrase “hands-on executive” took on an entirely different meaning.
Toned and tattooed, Rojas gives classes that are often packed with women hoping to get some hands-on instruction.
Would a hands-on body search conducted by an airport TSA agent have found this weapon?
I am speaking of a new engagement in the lives of others, a new activism, hands-on and involved, that gets the job done.
also hands on, as an adjective, by 1969.