handpick

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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.
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hand•pick

(ˈhændˈpɪk)

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