manipulation[ muh-nip-yuh-ley-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF manipulation
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MANIPULATION
I anticipate no difficulty, though it requires some thought in manipulation.
Directions for the manipulation of the apparatus are given by the manufacturers.
The girl did not answer, but busied herself with the manipulation of her machine.
His own manipulation of the wheel was nothing short of wizardry.
You're more used to those determinations and that type of manipulation than we are.
But to attack the beam from Mars, a manipulation of Wandl was necessary.
After some manipulation he managed to get the bunch between the heels of his mittened hands.
What was more easy than to effect the change by the manipulation of their food?
There had been observed something peculiar in his mode of manipulation.
Superficially, everything is manipulation, chance, accident.