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“And on yet another hand (it's a many-handed monster), much nonsense about how a Brave New World was about to dawn where instead of waiting for robots created by Japanese electronic firms we could grow them in a test tube to do whatever humans wanted them to, up to and including removing all the oil from the Gulf, ending world hunger, and stopping global warming.”
“But even a nation of many-handed gods can't juggle all things at once.”
“The Opera Boston production we saw played the Orientalism up to the hilt, with shadow puppets, projections of many-handed (I'm guessing) Hindu gods, and sinuous dancing girls.”
“I'll leaving that task to the many-handed team at Millipede.”
“The result of this many-handed collaboration is claimed, proudly, to be a 'truly awful book, a serious contender for Absolute Worst Book Ever Written.”
“Heavier than she appeared at first glance, she was robed in velvet of ecclesiastical gray with the many-handed Sun of the Sole God like a splash of blood on her shoulder.”
“A German family, many-handed, patient, and economical, occupying a small vineyard and paying no wages, finds the business profitable; but an American, who lives freely, and depends upon hired assistance, is likely to fail.”
“Most men of means find that they have not the wherewithal to supply the demands of their own many-handed need.”
“It made me so proud, so tipsily vain, that as I leaned forward eagerly talking, I felt that same intoxicating happiness I get on the stage when the audience is all with me, and the two of us -- myself and the many-handed, good-natured other fellow over on the other side of the footlights -- go careering off on a jaunt of fun and fancy, like two good playmates.”
“This is the law of life that Diotima knew, by which flower and tree, animal and man, fulfil the end of their creation; and man in nothing more surely proves his lordship than by his many-handed hold upon posterity.”
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