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Alas, in some cases, that goal is foiled by the oldies' tendency to manhandle the starlets to force them to deliver-and the well-intentioned attempts end up as lessons on how not to teach a new talent how to act
pitT They knew we were strong at set-pieces and strong at running, the only way they could stop us was to manhandle us.
pitT They knew we were strong at set-pieces and s t r o n g a t running, the only way they could stop us was to manhandle us.
SOME workers of the ruling SADBJP alliance allegedly attempted to manhandle Punjab Congress chief Amarinder Singh on Sunday.
Jockeys got game: For years the Santa Anita jockeys would manhandle the basketball players from Arcadia's Holy Angels School in their annual charity game at La Salle High in Pasadena.
He added that three men accompanying the actor -- believed to be his bodyguards -- did manhandle him.