How To Use Handhold In A Sentence

  • We have installed a data specialist in the call centre whose key result area is to get a customer's services configured the moment he walks in and handhold them through all issues.
  • He came to believe that working people, poor people, put down and stepped upon, had to organize if they were going to clean up the slums, fight the corruption that exploited them, and get a handhold on the first rung of the ladder up and out. Bill Moyers: Saul Alinsky, Who?
  • She threw her arms out and fought to find any kind of handhold she could, but it was no use. State of the Union
  • He spares us any obvious handholding, but it nonetheless becomes clear what Jef is doing and why.
  • The Sur-Tel account was fine, but they needed the usual client handholding.
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  • When you're in the trenches, there's no handholding.
  • He furnishes handholds and issues both exhortations and admonitions: Readers are told, in effect, that there will be passages of extreme difficulty and complexity (and of plain longueur), but they are simultaneously assured that the effort will be rewarding and worthwhile. Literary Companion
  • But the fact remains that there are still some vulnerable sections of society that need handholding, even to enjoy the fruits of globalisation.
  • If you have no choice but to handhold the camera, you can try a very fast ISO setting like 3200 or 6400 and see what kind of results you can get with shorter exposure times.
  • They conveniently happened to be in the best places for footholds and handholds.
  • There is no courting, no sweet talk or handholding.
  • This mental effort on the part of the viewer frustrates many people, but Cohen fans appreciate the lack of handholding.
  • Going down had been easy, but with no handholds or footholds, coming up was proving to be much harder than I'd expected.
  • The ‘moving center’ of the dance, in jive's case the handhold, should remain firm.
  • His feet kept slipping, and the handholds - tiny quartz crystal nubbins in the granite - were worn smooth and offered little purchase.
  • When you're in the trenches, there's no handholding.
  • It is there," Data insisted, searching for handholds on the steep rockface. The Beast That Resembles A Poem(A Handy Resource for Architects,Engineers, and Students)
  • The Finance Ministry had recently asked large public sector banks (PSBs) to handhold smaller counterparts to improve the latter's functioning.
  • Nobody would want the seats on buses, instead we'd fight for the handholds and the over-head bars, and buses would go past with people swinging like carcasses on meat hooks.
  • They kick-started the sale process by appointing a consultant, who will handhold the party through the transaction.
  • They want handholding and financial advice more than ever,’ said Butler.
  • ‘There's a row of handholds that way,’ Eaton said, pointing down the long axis of the ship.
  • These camera are so tiny that grips are less of any issue for me, and as long as there is some kind of thumb hook, it's really not unpleasant to handhold them at all.
  • It's not exactly rocket science, but newbies sometimes find the process confusing and require some handholding.
  • Length are 24 inch plus a little as a "handhold" for better handling at the start and at the end. Archive 2009-04-01
  • And don't come to New York and expect this level of handholding, because it won't exist.
  • But the fact remains that there are still some vulnerable sections of society that need handholding, even to enjoy the fruits of globalisation.
  • ‘Early-stage clients tend to be very frenetic and require a ton of handholding,’ he says.
  • The problem is that the amount of handholding an average end-user needs in buying a computer exceeds the margin you could possibly make on selling it.
  • This tight vertical shaft had ladderlike handholds, too, making progress quite easy. Seven Deadly Wonders
  • There was one handhold but it was a few inches beyond my reach.
  • Many, like him, see students as inadequately prepared, lacking basic writing skills and foundational knowledge, constantly complaining about hard work or boredom, and expecting spoon feeding and handholding.
  • He spares us any obvious handholding, but it nonetheless becomes clear what Jef is doing and why.
  • The climber scrabble about widely for a handhold.
  • According to court papers, he had shinnied up one of the vertical poles on the H-shaped installation using a cable wound around the pole and ‘metal straps’ for handholds.
  • Formidable teeth and jaws were required to face a fox in closed quarters, while the tail needed to be sufficiently long to provide a handhold by which the dog could be pulled from shallow holes.
  • The cowboy uses one arm to hold onto the handhold and has to try to stay on for eight seconds.
  • There were no handholds on the rock face, and we had to use a grapnel. Tin
  • We send a volunteer who does some handholding, after which the society becomes strong enough to move forward.
  • The ultra wide coverage means you can successfully handhold this lens at relatively low shutter speeds.
  • It seems like every time I go climbing on a sandstone formation, I break off a handhold, yet I can't put a dent in this boulder.
  • We plunged into the deep, narrow ravine, grasping for handholds on the sheer sidewalls, disturbing spiders' silk strands strung across the path.
  • He begins his ascent rapidly, flinging the rope upward around the trunk to create a high handhold, kicking a leg up to snag a toehold, flinging the rope again for a higher handhold to pull to still higher toeholds.
  • However, he added, visitors to this and any other cemetery should take extra care near to memorials and headstones and never use them as handholds to help them while kneeling down or standing up.
  • I forced myself up from the bed, gasping and gripping whatever handholds I could find.
  • Crossing a river ford, I was able to handhold the camera for a great shot of the moon and its reflection in a slowly flowing river.
  • His fingertips felt the rough stone of the rockface and found handholds that would have eluded other men. DBTL 74: Enter the Dragon
  • And don't come to New York and expect this level of handholding, because it won't exist.
  • Using handholds in the wood to steady herself, she crept back along the beam, hauling Simon along with her.
  • ‘Early-stage clients tend to be very frenetic and require a ton of handholding,’ he says.
  • That can require some handholding, Chan admits, but it's work that has earned Schwab a loyal customer base.
  • The lack of warmth in the Kerzner handholding, is highly unconvincing.
  • The problem is that the amount of handholding an average end-user needs in buying a computer exceeds the margin you could possibly make on selling it.
  • He charged upward, from handhold to foothold, his legs shaking violently from the buildup of lactic acid. Gideon’s war
  • And there's something poetic in the way the handful of people, and the dozens of worn, yellow painted handholds resonate in their gentle movements.
  • Countless rounded river stones provided good hammers, and we sometimes found these tools, round and smooth on the handhold end, abraded on the striking end. Bird Cloud
  • If you want a new kind of stealth challenge, this isn't it because there's far too much handholding going on throughout Operation Surma.
  • The brown rectangles here are good, solid footholds; the blue circles are small, rounded, slippery handholds that you could not put your weight on - your hands are not strong enough to grip them tightly.
  • This lack of authorial handholding can be disorientating. Times, Sunday Times
  • His 'handholding' role is unpaid. Times, Sunday Times
  • Since then, Johnson has also done a good bit of handholding for Valley Center's doctors.
  • As soon as everyone had bought their first cell phone, the partners figured, consumers would need less handholding.
  • Many, like him, see students as inadequately prepared, lacking basic writing skills and foundational knowledge, constantly complaining about hard work or boredom, and expecting spoon feeding and handholding.
  • He slammed his blade into the hull of the tank, using the holes made as handholds.
  • There are no handholds, so I bang repeatedly against the roof.
  • The lack of warmth in the Kerzner handholding, is highly unconvincing.
  • The next move I need to make is a power move, a layback where the foothold is at hip height and tricky to balance on, and which will require a good deal of strength, especially since I need to use the momentum to lunge up to the next handhold. It's interesting when people die
  • The pillar appeared to be miles wide, and as she peered at it she could see small indents - handholds.
  • That can require some handholding, Chan admits, but it's work that has earned Schwab a loyal customer base.
  • The pithecanthropus was the first to reach it and the ape-man saw him spring upward for a handhold on the lowest peg above him. Tarzan the Terrible
  • They also require a tremendous amount of handholding and attention.
  • The way he was paraded round the country as part of the cornet-licking, handholding, smily-wily smarmy double act made me heave.
  • They want handholding and financial advice more than ever,’ said Butler.
  • Lazarus shook his head and sighed, but nevertheless used the handholds and footholds Ghost had made to climb the wall.
  • There is no courting, no sweet talk or handholding.
  • That meant if he lost his handhold on the roof, he'd fall at least 40 feet, swinging like a pendulum in a huge arc.
  • He grabbed for a handhold but there was none. Bomber
  • Since then, Johnson has also done a good bit of handholding for Valley Center's doctors.
  • It's not exactly rocket science, but newbies sometimes find the process confusing and require some handholding.
  • They require serious handholding and that is why the company recently launched its Trusted Advisor Program.
  • They also require a tremendous amount of handholding and attention.
  • With my toes perched precariously on a nub of rock, I frantically search for the next handhold.
  • My hands plunged under the water, fingers searching for a secure handhold. Manifesting Michelangelo
  • Occasionally a toehold or handhold crumbled beneath him, the loose rock falling and bouncing and tumbling down the slope. Gideon’s war
  • They hang from the bus, with half a big toe firmly planted on the footboard, and one hand grappling the handhold meant to help people get in.
  • As soon as everyone had bought their first cell phone, the partners figured, consumers would need less handholding.
  • She found two handholds she could reach and a slight indentation under the water offered her a place to put her feet.
  • I suppose we shouldn't leave out 'handhold' as another. The Indignity of Commuting by Bicycle: Being On the Lookout
  • She places her boot on the first foothold, and reaches for the handholds.
  • This mental effort on the part of the viewer frustrates many people, but Cohen fans appreciate the lack of handholding.
  • If you want a new kind of stealth challenge, this isn't it because there's far too much handholding going on throughout Operation Surma.
  • Handholds became footholds, although the deeper and more sound you made them, the more exhausted you became.
  • The light-gathering capabilities of these latest generation of cameras allow using higher ISOs that negate camera shake to almost nothing and I very often handhold my 400.
  • They conveniently happened to be in the best places for footholds and handholds.
  • I've always felt that this was just a little bit too late - by the time June rolls around, you're competing with literally millions of recent grads, all frantic to find some kind of handhold in this thing called "real life". Stepcase Lifehack
  • The Sur-Tel account was fine, but they needed the usual client handholding.
  • They require serious handholding and that is why the company recently launched its Trusted Advisor Program.
  • There's often no handholds where there should be handholds, or guard rails where there should be guard rails.
  • The problem is that the amount of handholding an average end-user needs in buying a computer exceeds the margin you could possibly make on selling it.
  • Going down had been easy, but with no handholds or footholds, coming up was proving to be much harder than I'd expected.
  • He managed to grab it; the stitches gave a better handhold.
  • We send a volunteer who does some handholding, after which the society becomes strong enough to move forward.
  • The pillar appeared to be miles wide, and as she peered at it she could see small indents - handholds.
  • They hang from the bus, with half a big toe firmly planted on the footboard, and one hand grappling the handhold meant to help people get in.
  • Another is stranded, frustrated, in the middle of the wall, stretching for out-of-reach handholds.
  • He grabbed it, and for one terrifying moment was hanging in mid-air with only two handholds; but then he found a foothold just before his grip slipped.
  • The role will require you to engage with prospective sellers and handhold them through a sale process so first class communication skills and commercial acumen is essential.
  • I'd managed to scramble up to the crest on what was basically slate: handholds and footholds tended to detach themselves in small, take-home-and-keep pieces.

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