- n a work produced by hand labor
- The upcoming polls are the handiwork of the very military whose overthrow spurred Abhisit's political passions more than three decades ago.
- But they couldn't tell whether they were seeing variations on one changeable virus or the handiwork of several different viruses that had made the jump from primates to man.
- He defined God in an impersonal, deistic fashion, but he deeply believed that Gods handiwork was reflected in the harmony of natures laws and the beauty of all that exists.
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- Home Invasion Verdict for Fort Walton Beach Man
Jonathan Fennell is looking at 30 years in prison after beating and stealing from an elderly man he did handiwork for.
June 15, 2013 - WJHG Panama City
- Tyrann Mathieu 'buzzing around' for Arizona Cardinals
Arizona Cardinals rookie defensive back Tyrann Mathieu reportedly has impressed the coaching staff -- and starting quarterback Carson Palmer -- with his handiwork in the secondary.
June 10, 2013 - NFL.com
- The man behind Rask's mask
MIDDLETON -- Dom Malerba was famous this week. At least his handiwork was. The cover of Sports Illustrated showed a large closeup of Boston Bruins goalie Tuukka Rask, making a save while inside the net. Malerba's part in the colorful shot was Rask's
June 9, 2013 - The Eagle-Tribune
- John McCain in Washington Post
They're the handiwork of lobbyists, with all the inconsistency and irrationality that involves,McCain said.
- Manmohan Singh in Aljazeera.net
Without mentioning Pakistan by name, Singh said the embassy attacks in Kabul in February "were the handiwork of those who do not wish to see the emergence of a strong, independent and pluralistic Afghanistan".
- Hamid Gul in International Herald Tribune
It's all too obvious that it is the handiwork of the Indian intelligence,retired general Hamid Gul said.