Some articles on handling:
... Another issue is dust particles which may adsorb to the surface of an SDF ... If significant laser power is coupled into the fibre, dust particles will scatter light in the evanescent field, heat up and may thermally destroy the waist ...
... The Material Handling Equipment Distributors Association (MHEDA) is a trade association of material handling distributors ...
... Handling suspicious objects and Bomb disposal (EOD) (handled by the Special Task Force) ... Handling the local command of the Home Guard ... Traffic control Coordinating emergency services Police and community Handling civilian complaints ...
... In the early 1950s, the material handling industry was still booming due to the increase in manufacturing caused by World War II ... business even better, a group of material handling distributors gathered and discovered many of them were facing similar challenges ... That meeting marked the official foundation of the Material Handling Equipment Distributors Association ...
... The M1120 HEMTT LHS (Load Handling System) is nothing more than a M977 HEMTT with a load handling system in place of a flat bed ... M977 HEMTTs are remanufactured, they add the load handling system to some ... The load handling system is the hydraulic lifting system that uses a large hook to lift a flat rack from the ground to the bed of the truck ...
More definitions of "handling":
- (noun): Manual (or mechanical) carrying or moving or delivering or working with something.
- (noun): The management of someone or something.
Example: "The handling of prisoners"
Famous quotes containing the word handling:
“That a good fit between parental handling and child temperament is vital to help children adapt to the imperatives of their society is a crucial concept that can be applied to other cultures.”
—Stella Chess (20th century)
“It is curious how instinctively one protects the image of oneself from idolatry or any other handling that could make it ridiculous, or too unlike the original to be believed any longer.”
—Virginia Woolf (18821941)
“Many more children observe attitudes, values and ways different from or in conflict with those of their families, social networks, and institutions. Yet todays young people are no more mature or capable of handling the increased conflicting and often stimulating information they receive than were young people of the past, who received the information and had more adult control of and advice about the information they did receive.”
—James P. Comer (20th century)