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  • So he sent only two gunners to the crestline to search for the ranger on the motorcycle, figuring the two could handle it easily enough.

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  • Weaponwise, incidentally, there are men who can handle it so well that they are a match for many swordsmen.

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  • Maybe Jorgenson, though, knows enough about it to handle it from a wheel chair, or something.

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  • If Hannah can handle news as bad as this, you feel, then Jean-Pierre ought to be able to handle it too, and so should I.

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  • But DeMerritt showed that if nothing else, he has the necessary media skills to handle it in the big leagues, striking back at Jenkins and another Bay Area sportswriter who attacked him.

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  • "I knew I couldn't handle it myself, so I sent out will-o'-the-wisps to summon help."

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  • It was hardly the highflyer phaeton he'd had in Town, but the cart required only one horse and was relatively easy to get in and out of, so he could handle it without assistance.

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  • It was luck that had placed the Ship near a star with a planetary system, luck that the Ship arrived there with a speed low enough for Hugh to counteract it in a ship's auxiliary craft, luck that he learned to handle it after a fashion before they starved or lost themselves in deep space.

    Destiny Narrowly Avoided

  • This was definitely a challenge, and she surely wouldn't be able to handle it by writing the word SPIDER on her pad and changing the SP to c.

    Yon Ill Wind

  • The infantry are armed with muskets and sabres; the cavalry, with bows and arrows as well as spears; but the spear, which is from six to seven feet long, is the favorite weapon of this arm of the service, and they handle it with astonishing dexterity.

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