Of or pertaining to the hand.
Done or made by the hand. In some contexts, contrasted with automatic or mechanical.
A keyboard of an organ or harmonium for the fingers, as distinguished from the pedals; a clavier, or set of keys.
A prescribed exercise in the systematic handing of a weapon; as, the manual of arms; the manual of the sword; the manual of the piece (cannon, mortar, etc.).
A keyboard consisting of 61 keys played by the hands.
The act of riding a wheelie without pedaling.
Publication giving service and repair procedures; also a general term for vehicle controls operated by the hand or foot without benefit of power assistance.
of, or having to do with, or involving the hands
A wheelie balancing on the rear two wheels. A nose manual is balancing on the front two wheels.
A keyboard. The upper manual is placed above the lower manual.
Where a rider does a wheelie across the top deck before returning to the ramp.
of or relating to the hands; "manual dexterity"
a skateboarding trick where, while rolling, the front wheels of the skateboard are lifted off the ground, but the tail does not touch the ground
a Wheelie that you do when you ride up a bank or ditch, and Wheelie the top and hold it in Wheelie until re-entry into the bank or ditch
Relating to the hand, from the Latin "manus", a hand.
Primarily a skateboard trick that is preformed by balancing on the two front or two back wheels while rolling.
1. used or operated by human action, such as with hands. 2. A reference book, especially one that gives operating instructions.
A keyboard played by the hands. The average manual or keyboard in the U.S. has 61 keys.
A hand-wound mechanical watch.
having to do with the hand or hands
Work done by hand, and not by machine, and requiring skill and physical energy. [D02984] RMW
Another name for Wheelie.
A mechanical movement (v.) in which winding is performed by hand. The motion transmitted from the user's fingers to the crown is forwarded to the movement through the winding stem (s.), from this to the barrel (s.) through a series of gears (s.) and finally to the mainspring (s.).
An organ keyboard
When the rider rides across the top deck on the back wheel while the front wheel is in the air before returning to the ramp. A wheelie.
Same as a wheelie - travel on board while balancing on 2 rear wheels.
1. Done with the hands. 2. A book of instructions for operating a machine or performing some task.
1. A book of instructions for use as a guide or reference. 2. Made, done, performed or operated by hand.
A manual is a keyboard designed to be played with the hands on a pipe organ, harpsichord, clavichord, electronic organ, or synthesizer. The term "manual" is used with regard to any hand keyboard on these instruments to distinguish it from the pedalboard, which is a keyboard that the organist plays with his or her feet. It is proper to use "manual" rather than "keyboard," then, when referring to the hand keyboards on any instrument that has a pedalboard.