1 Startled at finding it locked he rattled the handle violently; then he reflected that Mattie was alone and that it was natural she should barricade herself at nightfall.
2 The two leaned forward at the same moment and their hands met on the handle of the jug.
3 They were all healthy, thoughtless young animals, sleek, graceful, high-spirited, the boys as mettlesome as the horses they rode, mettlesome and dangerous but, withal, sweet-tempered to those who knew how to handle them.
4 She could see that Stuart was going to be difficult to handle today if she flirted with anyone else.
5 Pork was the only one who knew how to handle him.
6 He was in his mid-thirties, older than any beau she had ever had, and she was as helpless as a child to control and handle him as she had handled beaux nearer her own age.
7 She had been counting on Prissy to handle the situation if no doctor should be available.
8 Fortunately Scarlett had come into contact with the two men very little, for Will had persuaded her to let him handle the trading while she managed the plantation.
9 But now a problem had arisen which was too big for him to handle.
10 That's no way to handle men, my dear.
11 If I put Hugh in charge of the new mill and leave Mr. Johnson at the old one, I can stay in town and see to the selling while they handle the milling and hauling.
12 I wouldn't trust them any farther than I could see them and as for letting them handle my babies.
13 "Now, don't fly off the handle and get your Irish up," he interrupted imperturbably.
14 And Johnnie Gallegher could run the other mill, and she could handle the selling, and then everything would be fine.
15 Well, don't fly off the handle so, because I didn't lie and make you feel conceited.