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Handy

W(illiam) C(hristopher). 1873--1958, US blues musician and songwriter, esp noted for the song "St Louis Blues"
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But in the 45s, Watkins cranked up his pro-level power serves and never let Tellez work his game, winning handily 21-6, 21 -0.
Expert says if Rabin were not assassinated, Netanyahu would have won the 1996 election handily and Rabin himself might have stopped Oslo process.
I made plenty of use of him at Newmarket last week and thought it would be best to ride him handily again," said Hills.
1 : to win victory over <The champs defeated their rivals handily.
And, handily for Woodgate, the one he chose was round the corner from his luxury flat in Docklands' Canary Wharf.
SAILING: Britain's sailing team enjoyed a solid outing on the waters off Qingdao with the 49er and Yngling crews finishing the day in first place and Ben Ainslie handily placed in second in the Finn class at the Olympic sailing regatta.
Coppell's men lost 6-4 at Tottenham on Saturday, three months after Pompey defeated them 7-4, yet Reading remain clear of relegation danger and are still handily placed for a top-half finish in the Barclays Premier League.
Cowglen's Mark Loftus sits second after a 70 for 143, with Colin Gillies (Kingsfield) and Jason McCreadie (Buchanan Castle), handily placed on 144.
It has been 12 years since Farley died, but he still handily won a reader poll as the favorite pet in "For Better or For Worse.
Each loss came handily, but also on the road, and with each opponent needing big wins to be NCAA-bound.