Thesaurus / manage

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It was a very good example of how well the Belgians can manage a pageant, and how popular these shows are with the people.
By not beginning your absence till about the middle of this month I think you may manage it very well.
He was not quite as old as the others, and he could not manage a hoop.
ALL ABOUT JOHNNIE JONESCAROLYN VERHOEFF
Whatever we could not manage, Clarence was to accomplish when he should come home.
CHANTRY HOUSECHARLOTTE M. YONGE
So long as the stores were carried in the boats, the Indians had been cheerful and docile, and easy to manage.
"He ain't in no position to object if she don't—and I guess I can manage her," he ended with drunken swagger.
It had never occurred to her that the lawyers would not "manage it" without her intervention.
She was able to manage her little trade well enough and to see that she was paid correctly for the "pigs" she sold.
THE MAN WITH THE PAN PIPESMRS. (MARY LOUISA) MOLESWORTH
The angle was impossible, so close to the ship, but they did manage to get a corner of the tank on the screen.
ACCIDENTAL FLIGHTFLOYD L. WALLACE
"I'll help you, ma'am; and I'm sure you can manage it," said Charles consolingly.

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