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MANUAL. That which is employed or used by the hand, of which a present profit may be made. Things in the manual occupation of the owner cannot be distrained for rent. Vide Tools.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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Ford Shop Manual (FO-4 Models 2N, 8N, 9N), I&T Shop Manuals, 859 Lawrence Dr., Newbury Park, CA 91320; phone (800) 442-9637; online at www.clymer.com.
In 2016, Brnovich declined to investigate Reagan's failure to update the manual, citing various interpretations of state statute requiring new manuals.
I have every Speer manual starting with #5 printed in 1962.
Looking at older Speer Manuals we find in #5 from 1962 very heavy loads for the .44 Special using the 250 grain Keith bullet.
The video and manual reflect changes in the crane industry and related OSHA standards over the decade since AEM produced its original crane safety manual, and a predecessor animated video.
AEM safety manuals are industry-consensus safety documents written in clear language presented in an easy-to-follow format.
Organic Strawberry Production Manual, complete with detailed information on production, disease and pest management, postharvest handling, marketing and the organic certification process, will help growers feel ready and empowered to take on the challenges of organic growing.
Foodservice procedures manuals should not be confused with in-store quick reference guides, which are also important but developed for in-store reference and support.
The manuals are aimed at reducing duplication of effort, introducing more efficiency and effective procedures, standardizing all processes and introducing adequate checks and balances.
Due to the doctrine reengineering effort, some field manuals are
The dissent made even greater use of the manuals to argue that the majority's position "flies in the face of the widely accepted modern legislative drafting convention that a law should not be read to speak as of the date of enactment" but instead "as of any date on which it is read." (10) Combining this convention with the premise that all laws should be drafted in the present tense, the dissent reasoned that when one reads SORNA "as of the time when such a pre-SORNA conviction takes place, every subsequent act, including movement from State to State, occurs in the future and is thus properly described using the present tense." (11)