Definitions for "Handle"
To use or manage in writing or speaking; to treat, as a theme, an argument, or an objection.
(1) In object technology, a pointer to a data structure in which an instance is described. (2) In Windows NT, an index into an object table. It is used by a process to call object services. It incorporates access rights granted to the process that owns the handle and an inheritance designation that determines whether the handle is inherited by a child process.
A handle is a way of identifying an object that is owned or managed by another thread or process. or A client's representation of an object managed by the server. See also: object
Keywords:  oarsman, grip, oar, riser, knob
That part of vessels, instruments, etc., which is held in the hand when used or moved, as the haft of a sword, the knob of a door, the bail of a kettle, etc.
The part of an oar held by an oarsman.
Loop(s) of glass forming both a grip and a decorative change to the profile.
Keywords:  wagers, mutuel, lottery, won, race
The total amount wagers by the player including money won on previous games.
The total of all money taken in for a game, shift, day or some other period of time.
the amount of money bet on a race, racing program or racing meet.
See nickname.
a name you already have (like a nickname) or choose to use as your identity on KinkySingles
a nickname or a fake name that can be used to either protect your privacy, or just to have fun with
a pseudonym for a name used to maintain anonymity. definition of handle defined What's my handle? What is my handle
a pseudonym by which individuals are known to other users of the system
An electronic pseudonym; a 'nom de guerre' chosen by a user to conceal his or her true identity. Network and bulletin board handles offer the same anonymity and opportunity for misdirection enjoyed by fans of Citizen's Band radio, from which the term was adopted. Use of grandiose handles is characteristic of crackers, weenies and other lower forms of network life; true hackers travel on their own reputations rather than invented legendry.
To touch; to feel with the hand; to use or hold with the hand.
touch, lift, or hold with the hands; "Don't handle the merchandise"
The way an alpaca fiber feels when touched; sometimes used interchangeably with "softness."
Big banana-shaped hold often found in indoor gyms. Great for waving hello to admiring bystanders. It may sound bizarre, but I've never seen one of those outdoors...
big banana-shaped hold often found in rock gyms
To manage in using, as a spade or a musket; to wield; often, to manage skillfully.
To manage; to control; to practice skill upon.
handle effectively; "The burglar wielded an axe"
A user ID used in online communication.
In online chat, the name you use is often referred to as your screen name, or ...
An alias used on a bulletin board or online service instead of your real name. Often used in chats.
Keywords:  heuristics, household, html, size
heuristics Household size
heuristics HTML 3.0
a topological structure which can be thought
In topology, a branch of mathematics, a handle is just a topological ball; it is called a handle because of the context in which it is discussed, of which there are two: handle decompositions and handlebodies.
A handle for a knife, seal, etc., can easily be made from glass, generally following marble or paperweight making techniques or just using the forms for handles on glassware. Normally, a specific size is needed at the end to hold a metal ferule and a hole may be required for a shaft. Not a common object. An attached handle is a hot bit.
The handle of a pocket knife serves several purposes. It serves as a sheath, handle, and spring mechanism. Materials used in constructing handles range from deer antler to bone, hardwoods, synthetics, and various metals.
Keywords:  unique, xilimage, bradynet, cnri, xil
Unique character string identifier assigned to each entry in the NIC WHOIS database.
A handle is a name for a person that is used in the online world. When a person signs up for a service such as ‘Hotmail or ICQ', they are required to create a unique identifier – a 'Handle'. When in a Chat Room you should always use a handle.
An identifier that refers to a unique object. In the XIL library, for example, an identifier of type XilImage is a handle to an actual image.
Refers to the dollar price of a bond without additional fractions. Quoting a bond only in fractions presumes that the "handle" is known by market participants.
The first few digits of a financial instrument price or an interest rate or currency exchange rate. These digits change relatively infrequently as prices fluctuate, so a quote will often omit this handle, or “big figure,” particularly in a busy trading environment. Often called "Big Figure".
Describes the whole number at which a futures contract is traded. In the S&P 500 a "handle" is on dollar unit or 100 points. If the market is trading at 844.00, ("or 4 even,"), and moves up to the next handle, then the S&P¹s would be trading at 845.00, (or "45 even"). When not in front of a quote screen it is crucial to listen for the "handle", an indication that the markets are moving quickly.
a traditional unit of volume for beer, used in pubs in the Northern Territory of Australia. A handle of beer is 285 milliliters (10 fluid ounces). Glasses of this size are called middies or pots in most Australian states, schooners in South Australia.
Large glass of beer.
Keywords:  priscilla, prescott, poodle, mrs, prize
show and train; "The prize-winning poodle was handled by Mrs. Priscilla Prescott"
The part of a handbag (or piece of luggage) made to hold with the hand so it can be carried. Some handles are designed to only fit in the hand, and some are designed so the handbag can also be carried on the shoulder.
the part of the basket by which it is carried.
The handle, perhaps suprisingly, is used to carry the lamp. It is fairly long so that the fingers wrapped round it don't get burnt by the heat rising from the lamp.
Keywords:  incest, deal, blender, cope, verbally
To deal with; to make a business of.
be in charge of, act on, or dispose of; "I can deal with this crew of workers"; "This blender can't handle nuts"; "She managed her parents' affairs after they got too old"
deal with verbally or in some form of artistic expression; "This book deals with incest"; "The course covered all of Western Civilization"; "The new book treats the history of China"
A distinctive anatomical feature found on the waistlines of FileMaker developers who spend the bulk of their spare time, as well as their working hours, at their computer.
Keywords:  drag, toolbar, square, corners, strip
The vertical strip on the left side of a toolbar by which you can drag the toolbar.
a small square at the corners and side centers
Symbols, usually small squares, on the edges of sizing boxes which, when clicked, allow the size or position to be dragged.
Keywords:  dia, callbacks, hex, canvas, api
A variable used to access data elements. All HEX API functions related to the contents of a data element use the data element handle which is passed to callbacks as one of the parameters.
a special element in a Dia like canvas
Keywords:  hilt, fencer, italian, molded, french
The part of the hilt held by the fencer's hand. It may be of French style, Italian style, or of a wide variety of molded styles.
Keywords:  resouce, arbitrary, token, versa, vice
An arbitrary value that an operating system supplies to a program (or vice versa) so that the program can access system resources, files, peripherals, and so forth, in a controlled fashion.
A number or token that lets a program access a resource. Programs often receive a handle in response to a request for a resouce, and then they use the handle when they need to access the resource. When the program uses the handle, the value of the handle tells the system which resource, from the pool of resources maintained by the system, to use.
a small icon that displays adjacent to the node which allows the user to click once to expand or collapse the node
The handle of a broom centered at a node N in a constraint tree is the set consisting of N and all ancestors of N.
Keywords:  nick, see
See "Nick"
Keywords:  penname, steering, wheel, net
(1)steering wheel. (2)penname on the Net.
Keywords:  dribbling, ability
Dribbling ability
Keywords:  lunch, box, dialog, unsigned, plastic
an optional data field that is associated with each list box item
a special name for an unsigned short defined for use with dialog boxes and other structures
The metal or plastic device used to carry a lunch box.
To take a hound to a lure field trial as the owner's representative.
Keywords:  pole, aluminum, wooden, head, stick
An aluminum, wooden or composite pole connected to the head of the crosse.
The pole connected to the head of the stick.
a mechanism for implemeinting efficient memory usage
a piece of code that uses a variable that denotes a memory location
Keywords:  dword, ask, application, value
a dword value which the application can ask for
Keywords:  ejb, tier, remote, interface, pass
a good way to pass a reference to an EJB remote interface from one program (or one tier) to another
Keywords:  caution, gently, treat, ill, him
To treat; to use, well or ill.
interact in a certain way; "Do right by her"; "Treat him with caution, please"; "Handle the press reporters gently"
Keywords:  gesture, cast, directional
a directional cast or gesture from the handler.
Keywords:  accustom, care, take, work
To accustom to the hand; to work upon, or take care of, with the hands.
To sell, process, or package agricultural products, except such term shall not include the sale, transportation, or delivery of crops or livestock by the producer thereof to a handler.
Keywords:  spoon, portion, long
The long portion of a spoon.
The tactile feel of fiber related to the combination of all the fiber characteristics.
a ball attached to a manifold along part or all of the ball's boundary
A CICS command whereby an application can specify particular exception conditions for which it wants to receive control, should the condition occur.
A value which indirectly locates another value.
Keywords:  game, premise, scene, tag, player
The premise for a scene or game.
A player's game name, also known as a tag
Keywords:  drape, feel, fabric, describe, term
The term used to describe the feel of a fabric. See drape.
Used on all our sash's - usually incorporating a locking mechanism
Keywords:  tail, beyond, optical, few, needed
An extra few frames attached to the head and tail of an optical, beyond what is needed.
This term describes how a dog responds to its handler's commands in the field.
a discrete bit of information describing just the electronic content and does not contain the location of the content to be rendered
Keywords:  hence, merchant, variety, buy, sell
To receive and transfer; to have pass through one's hands; hence, to buy and sell; as, a merchant handles a variety of goods, or a large stock.
a small, lightweight structure that, in association with a type context, defines the identity of a member
Keywords:  query, attribute, see
See Attribute Query Handle.
Term to denote the rotation applied to a stone upon release.
Keywords:  recommended, want, slang, name, your
a name you want to be called by, usually not your real name
slang for your name (not recommended)
a reference to something
A term referring to the actual feel of wool.
Keywords:  temporary, assigned, file, name
a temporary name assigned to a file
A computer term used to describe a variable in a program that points to a specific structure. Handles are often used with input and output events.
That of which use is made; the instrument for effecting a purpose; a tool.
Keywords:  rope, wide, end
The handle is at the end of the rope, and is usually between 12"-15" wide.
Keywords:  full, move, market, point, one
One full point move in the market
Keywords:  code, his, specific, number, data
a number code which refers to a specific person and his data
To use the hands.