- handle with gloves,
- handlebar moustache,
- handley page,
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Too silly and too scripted, those segments paled in comparison to the ones that Handler helmed solo.
Handler, you see, might have been the first late-night host who got it.
This is to say that Handler is, at the very least, a polarizing personality.
Does anyone really hate Seth Meyers, the way so many do Handler?
“It crossed my mind, when I bring someone to a meeting I destroy his life,” his handler, Ben Yitzhak, says bluntly in the film.
Nor shall such owner or handler move more than three feet from the post until his dog shall have completed the trial.Lad: A Dog|Albert Payson Terhune
He was evidently not in the least afraid to meet the handler, though as evidently without much confidence in his own skill.The Riverman|Stewart Edward White
He was already beginning to show his natural fitness as a handler of weapons.The Story of the Outlaw|Emerson Hough
The 'Disclosure' Act was an old ruling that any transmission must not be used for the benefit of any handler.Highways in Hiding|George Oliver Smith
The Judges have power to order any handler to set his dog to retrieve game not shot by him personally.Sporting Dogs|Frank Townend Barton
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).