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  • Only a four-door version with six-speed manual transmission will be offered.
  • Manual's football team has won five state titles and claims two national championships.
  • Black women who were slaves were made to do hard manual work, such as building roads.
  • Manual has a history of one of the top policy debate programs in the state.
  • It may be equipped with any of the available systems for the left-hand manual.
  • The company offered an with four-speed manual transmission in place of the previous three-speed.
  • Power is, and either a four- or five-speed manual transmission was available.
  • Manual labor often included singing by the workers, which served several practical purposes.
  • Manuals can be done with both feet, with one foot or on one wheel.
  • Manual even became a home for two of the university's women's athletic teams.
  • Some style manuals also base the letters' case on their number.
  • A train has to be put into restricted manual to run the wrong way along a track.
  • They started by first writing the user's manual for the product.
  • In his later years, he published teaching manuals and methods of teaching.
  • As there were four elements, the manual consists of four books.
  • Also one should study the complete constable manual for the written examination given after training.
  • It was available with a five-speed manual or a four-speed automatic.
  • Until then, each navy had used its own signal code and operational manuals.
  • By the mid 1970s, about of roads had been built, largely by manual labor.
  • Behind the scenes, staff training manuals showed that they expected high standards from their employees.
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Meaning of manual

  • noun A small handbook
  • adjective Of or relating to the hands
    manual dexterity
  • adjective Requiring human effort
    a manual transmission