Manual


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Acronyms, Idioms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Related to Manual: Manuel

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.

References in periodicals archive ?
A plethora of legislation governs manual handling, chiefly the Manual Handling Regulations 1992, but it is also covered by the HSWA 1974, the Management Regulations 1999, PUWER 1998, RIDDOR 1995, and the Workplace Regulations 1992.
Despite our efforts, however, there are always going to be clinicians who will order a manual differential up front with their initial CBC.
In 2016, Brnovich declined to investigate Reagan's failure to update the manual, citing various interpretations of state statute requiring new manuals.
Ateneo Education Department chair Cornelia Soto and part-time faculty member Maria Asuncion Abiva-Cruz served as the manual's editors.
I just read of someone who was using a reloading manual going back to 1971.
The updated foreign exchange manual has been placed at the State Bank's website for reference of the stakeholders.
He further said that this is the last chance for revalidation computerization of Manual Arms Licence and there shall be on a further extension.
It is very helpful that Graham's commentary follows the chapter outline of the manual and refers to the relevant pages and figures of the manual when he discusses the material concerned.
There are several excellent reloading manuals published too.
The State Bank expects that the use of updated Manual by the stakeholders would enable them to comply with the existing rules and regulations governing foreign exchange business.
The original concept for the manual was fairly modest, an outline and resource for existing in-house training programs of law firms and law departments.
The Association of Equipment Manufacturers' new live-action Crane Safety Video and extensively revised Crane Safety Manual provide machine operators a well-rounded look at current industry best practices, including OSHA 1926:1400 crane standard requirements.