Synsets for "handy"

Synset: handy.n.01

Synonyms: Handy

Part of Speech: NOUN

Definition: United States blues musician who transcribed and published traditional blues music (1873-1958)

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Lemmas: Handy W._C._Handy William_Christopher_Handy

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Synset: handy.s.01

Synonyms: handy

Part of Speech: ADJECTIVE SATELLITE

Definition: easy to reach

Examples: found a handy spot for the can opener

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Synset: handy.s.02

Synonyms: handy

Part of Speech: ADJECTIVE SATELLITE

Definition: easy to use

Examples: a handy gadget

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Synset: handy.s.03

Synonyms: handy

Part of Speech: ADJECTIVE SATELLITE

Definition: skillful with the hands

Examples: handy with an axe

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John Handy Handy's son, John Richard Handy IV, is a drummer who has played with Handy on occasion.
Stephen Handy Handy earned his BA in English and his MS in human resource management from the University of Utah. When not at the legislature, Handy works at his public relations and marketing consulting firm, Stephen J. Handy Marketing Communications Inc.
Handy Bus A handy bus is a smaller bus designed to carry 23 people to events, to schools or for a day care. Some handy buses have a wheelchair-accessible lift for special needs students. Some handy buses have luggage compartments.
Handy Board The Handy Board is a popular handheld robotics controller. The Handy Board was developed at MIT by Fred G. Martin, and was closely based on a previous controller designed by Martin and Randy Sargent for the MIT LEGO Robot Contest. The Handy Board design is licensed free of charge. Thus, several manufacturers make Handy Boards. The Handy Board is used by hundreds of schools worldwide and by many hobbyists for their robot projects.
Fresno Area Express FAX has paratransit operations called Handy Ride. Handy Ride is operated by a private contractor.
Careless Love W. C. Handy copyrighted "Careless Love" in 1926. Copyright Handy Brothers Music Co.
Handy (company) In September 2014, Handybook changed its name to Handy. A week after the rebrand, Handy acquired a London incumbent Mopp at an undisclosed valuation.
Handy billy Handy billy -- also known as Handy-billie—was/is a common emergency portable pump that was placed aboard most U.S. Navy ships since World War I.
Handy Writers' Colony The Handy Writers' Colony, often called simply the Handy Colony or The Colony, was a writers' colony located in Marshall, Illinois, which operated from 1950–1964. The Handy Colony was founded in 1950 by Lowney Turner Handy and her husband, Harry Handy, along with Lowney's student (and then-lover), best-selling novelist James Jones. Lowney Handy was the Colony's quirky teacher and mentor, with financial support coming from her husband and Jones, particularly after the sale of Jones' first novel, "From Here to Eternity". A unique aspect of Handy's approach was to have her students spend many hours simply copying, by hand or typewriter, materials from authors whose work she admired.
HMS Handy (1895) "Handy" was paid up in 1912, and by March 1913 "Handy" was placed on the sale list. She was finally sold in Hong Kong in 1916.
W. C. Handy Music Festival Each year, the W. C. Handy Jazz Camp is presented, jointly sponsored by the University of North Alabama and the W. C. Handy Music Festival.
Pine Forge Academy Handy Hall is named after Ronald L. Handy, a member of the Pine Forge Academy staff for 18 years.
Jam Handy Handy left the "Tribune" to do further work on corporate communications. He worked with John H. Patterson of National Cash Register, who had used slides to help train workers. With help from another associate, Handy began making and distributing films that showed consumers how to operate everyday products. After World War I broke out, Handy began making films to show how to operate military equipment. During this time the Jam Handy Organization was formed.
Cahoon Museum of American Art Frank Handy purchased the house in 1920. The Handy family made several modifications over the years, but by 1945, when Mrs. Handy was 85 years old, the house was not in very good repair. Martha Cahoon writes:
W. C. Handy Handy was born in Florence, Alabama, the son of Elizabeth Brewer and Charles Barnard Handy. His father was the pastor of a small church in Guntersville, a small town in northeast central Alabama. Handy wrote in his 1941 autobiography, "Father of the Blues", that he was born in the log cabin built by his grandfather William Wise Handy, who became an African Methodist Episcopal minister after emancipation. The log cabin of Handy's birth has been preserved near downtown Florence.
Handy Dan Handy Dan Home Improvement was one of the first home improvement retailer chains. It went out of business in May, 1989. Ironically, Handy Dan employed two corporate officers named Arthur Blank and Bernie Marcus. Both were fired from Handy Dan in 1978, but then went out to create The Home Depot, which went on to enormous success in the home improvement retail market.
Craig Handy Craig Mitchell Handy (born 1962) is an American tenor saxophonist.
Para Handy Neil Munro published three collections of Para Handy stories:
Wayne Handy Wayne Handy (born May 14, 1935) is a rockabilly singer.
Handy Backup Novosoft LLC is a dynamic, constantly growing company providing newer versions and upgrades of Handy Backup. The ownership of copyright on Handy Backup held by Novosoft LLC is legally registered, as well as the trademark “Handy Backup” for Novosoft LLC in Europe.