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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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Yes, breaking up the feta cheese into the casserole's sauce was a little messy, but my (clean) hands are my handiest go-to kitchen tool.
So a head will have to roll, and our teenage Health Minister's neck is the handiest one available.
Plastic is the handiest thing ever invented; the most convenient because the most disposable-and yet the hardest thing to get rid off.
It's inspired by the gardens at Chatsworth House." Now, we don't often make casual conversation about our bathroom toiletries, but there's something about the gorgeously refined Ted Baker Fragrant Bloom collection (from PS8) that's making us put on our best voice and come over all ladylike Tried & TESTED TRAVEL MINIS Ready, jet-set, go with our pick of the handiest miniature beauty kits Heathcote & Ivory Braids & Blooms Inflight Essentials, PS12 In the kit: Hand cream, hand sanitiser, ear plugs, calming skin gel, playing cards.
The handiest feature on my Brazos bag is the hidden "pass-through" pocket on the back.
In a survey, most parents (32 per cent) said the handiest item was the bath thermometer, followed by the ear thermometer at 22 per cent.
Then again, they're not always the handiest when slinking through a thicket or climbing a steep ridge.
The Peter Cronin-trained Whoops Jack, who missed the break in the first round, is also 4-9 to win the concluding heat 16 and arguably has one of the handiest draws of the round.
Yep, that's good 'ole duct tape, one of the handiest products on the planet.
The handiest tool for on-the-go media consumption was tablets over the first part of the review period, which saw a surge in sales until 2013, with a break in the trend in 2014.