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hand·pick

 (hănd′pĭk′)
tr.v. hand·picked, hand·pick·ing, hand·picks
1. To gather or pick by hand.
2. To select personally.

hand′picked′ adj.

hand•pick

(ˈhændˈpɪk)

v.t.
1. to pick by hand.
2. to select personally and with care.
[1825–35]
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