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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhandiworkhand‧i‧work /ˈhændiwɜːk $ -wɜːrk/ noun [uncountable]   somebody’s handiwork
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handiworkShe thumb-cocked the piece, and stood back, admiring her handiwork.Another tore sheets of newspaper into smaller and smaller pieces, carefully guarding her handiwork.Examples of her handiwork were propped around the studio.She opened her eyes, and surveyed her handiwork.He had been stoned to death, explained the small crowd, approving its handiwork.Thanks to its vigorous and far-seeing headmaster, it also found time for physical recreation, handiwork classes and art.The two of them move from room to room and stand there nodding in apparent admiration of Tod's handiwork.This nastiness is the handiwork of Rep.I could see that her haircolor was the handiwork of an expert.This cut down on graffiti, Rascon said, because graffiti writers prefer well-lit areas so they can admire their handiwork.
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