I understand when they have an emergency and you're handy, but surely they don't have emergencies all the time.
It would be handy when she studied to home school too.
Watch your back and keep your fake papers handy, just in case.
It comes in handy when you have a younger brother.
All that education might come in handy if we have trouble.
I'm handy, that's all.
Maybe his experience would come in handy on their wedding night.
I suppose it comes in handy for all kinds of surprises.
It might be something handy to know next time the church had a bake sale.
I thought it looked interesting and might come in handy when I bake for the church.
There was enough room in the closets and dresser to keep it all available – which came in handy with the weather changes.
It had been converted to a tack room but the faucet was handy for watering the horses.
Alex was handy in the kitchen.
Of course, Clara was handy - and overflowing with information.
Layard's handy Birdsof South Africa (8vo, 1867), though by no means free from faults, has much to recommend it.
A cheap and handy edition of the text alone is that by A.
In many cases a light but air-proof cloth, specially made for the purpose, is used instead of wood for brattices, as being more handy and more easily removed.
The leading documents are to be had in the handy and reliableKleine Texte (ed.
This contains every mention or description of the battle or of anything relating to it, published or unpublished, in prose or in verse, composed within 300 years after the battle, and is a most marvellous and invaluable collection of original materials, in which all the evidence for Winkelried's deed has been brought together in a handy shape.
Down the road, on the right hand, on Brister's Hill, lived Brister Freeman, "a handy Negro," slave of Squire Cummings once--there where grow still the apple trees which Brister planted and tended; large old trees now, but their fruit still wild and ciderish to my taste.