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  • Handful of Rain — Studioalbum von Savatage Veröffentlichung 1994 Label Atlantic Records WEA Records (D) …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • handful — hand ful (h[a^]nd f[.u]l), n.; pl. {handfuls} (h[a^]nd f[.u]lz). [AS. handfull.] 1. As much as the hand will grasp or contain. Addison. [1913 Webster] 2. A hand s breadth; four inches. [Obs.] [1913 Webster] Knap the tongs together about a handful …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Handful of Hate — Datos generales Origen Livorno, Italia Estado …   Wikipedia Español

  • Handful of Rain — Album par Savatage Sortie 16 Août 1994 Durée 49:03 Genre Heavy Metal Metal progressif Format CD Producteur …   Wikipédia en Français

  • handful — (n.) O.E. handful; see HAND (Cf. hand) (n.) + FUL (Cf. ful). Originally the quality that can be held in a hand; also a medieval linear measurement of four inches. Meaning a small portion or part is from c.1400. Figurative meaning as much as one… …   Etymology dictionary

  • handful — [hand′fool΄] n. pl. handfuls [ME < OE handfull] 1. as much or as many as the hand will hold 2. a relatively small number or amount [a mere handful of people] 3. Informal as much as one is able to manage; someone or something hard to manage …   English World dictionary

  • Handful of Nothing — is the album released by Swedish metal band, Ebony Tears. This album was co produced by guitarist Alexi Laiho, and producer Boy George …   Wikipedia

  • handful — has the plural form handfuls. See ful …   Modern English usage

  • handful — [adj] a small quantity few, scattering, small number, smattering, some, spattering, sprinkling; concept 789 Ant. lot, mass …   New thesaurus

  • handful — ► NOUN 1) a quantity that fills the hand. 2) a small number or amount. 3) informal a person who is difficult to deal with or control …   English terms dictionary

  • handful — noun 1 amount that can be held in one hand ADJECTIVE ▪ good ▪ double ▪ She bent and pulled up a double handful of weeds. PREPOSITION ▪ handful of …   Collocations dictionary

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