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A Bird In The Hand Is Worth Two In The Bush »
(don't risk losing what you have by trying to get more; it is better to value what you have than to try to get more...)

At Hand »
(nearby; one is able to reach for it...)

Biting The Hand That Feeds You »
(hurt the one who has been helping you...)

Force Someone's Hand »
(a person is forced to take action...)

From Hand To Hand »
(it passed from one owner to another...)

Get A Hand With Something »
(receive help to do it...)

Get The Upper Hand On Someone »
(be in a position of strength over that person...)

Hand It Over »
(give it to me now; give me that...)

Hand Me Down »
(used clothing given from older children to younger children...)

Hat In Hand »
(asking for help; begging...)

Have A Hand In Something »
(participate; take part...)

Out Of Hand »
(not under control; crazy; fun...)

Show One's Hand »
(let the other one know what you have...)

With Hat In Hand »
(the person came begging for help...)

A Show Of Hands »
(each person who supports this will raise his hand...)

Get A Grasp Of Something »
(hold something in one's hand; begin to understand that thing more clearly...)

Slap Someone's Wrist »
(push one by slapping one's hand; a very light punishment...)

Take A Punch At Someone »
(try to hit someone with a closed hand...)



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