Of course, Clara was handy - and overflowing with information.
A cheap and handy edition of the text alone is that by A.
The leading documents are to be had in the handy and reliableKleine Texte (ed.
It would be handy when she studied to home school too.
It had been converted to a tack room but the faucet was handy for watering the horses.
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.
I thought it looked interesting and might come in handy when I bake for the church.
Layard's handy Birdsof South Africa (8vo, 1867), though by no means free from faults, has much to recommend it.
The experience of a single day's hunting will teach the novice that gates are far oftener opened than jumped; it is therefore necessary that a hunter should be handy at opening them.
This contains every mention or description of the battle or of anything relating to it, published or unpublished, in prose or in verse, composed within 300 years after the battle, and is a most marvellous and invaluable collection of original materials, in which all the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.
I understand when they have an emergency and you're handy, but surely they don't have emergencies all the time.
It might be something handy to know next time the church had a bake sale.
Schlick goes on to say the organ is to be suited to the choir and properly tuned for singing, that the singer may not be forced to sing too high or too low and the organist have to play chromatics, which is not handy for every one.
4 Some of the 1 In 1828 he had brought out, under the title of Manuel d'ornithologie, two handy duodecimos which are very good of their kind.
In 1855 Gray brought out, as one of the Museum publications, A Catalogue of the Genera and Subgenera of Birds, a handy little volume, naturally founded on the larger works.
For a handy edition of the Apology see G.
And C. Cavallari, Topografia archeologica di Siracusa (Palermo, 1883), or the more handy German translation by B.
The infantry in the centre was arrayed in the small and handy battalions then peculiar to Gustavus's army, the horse on either wing extended from opposite Li tzen to some distance beyond Wallenstein's left, which Pappenheim was to extend on his arrival.
Zahn's series is monumental in its way, and his Grundriss is very handy and full of closely packed and (in statements of facts) trustworthy matter.
Large 4to), sumptuously produced and badly translated, is Mexico, its Social Evolution (Barcelona, 1900-1904); a useful and handy chronicle is Nicolas Leon's Cornpendio de la historia general de Mexico hasta el ano de zgoo (Mexico and Madrid, 1902).
Pullers appear to renounce pulling, refusers take to jumping and clumsy horses become nearly as handy as a trick horse in a circus.
The Geologischer Fiihrer durch die Alpen, published by Borntraeger, Berlin, are handy guides.
C. Anderson, Asia Minor (Murray's Handy Class.
Thus the Church History, first by Stephanus (Paris, 1 554); by Valesius with copious notes, together with the Life of Constantine, the Oration in Praise of Constantine, and the Histories of Socrates, Sozomen, Theodoret, &c. (best edition that of Reading (Cambridge, 1720), in three volumes, folio); by Heinichen (1827, second edition 1868-1870 in three volumes, a very useful edition, containing also the Life of Constantine and the Oration in Praise of Constantine, with elaborate notes); by Burton (1838; a handy reprint in a single volume by Bright, 1881), and by many cthers.
His Panormia, compiled about 1095 or 10 9 6, is a handy and well-arranged collection in 8 books; as to the Decretum a wei ht No of > > g y Chartres.
I'm handy, that's all.
Alex was handy in the kitchen.
The changes introduced by the Genevan translators were, as a rule, a great improvement, and the version received a ready welcome and immediate popularity, not only on account of its intrinsic merits, but because of its handy size, usually that of a small quarto, and of its being printed, like Whittingham's New Testament, in a readable Roman type instead of black letter.