The right side of the bowling alley as one faces the pins
[1940s+ Bowling; fr the location of Manhattan as one looks south along the East River]
[man-hel-per] /ˈmænˌhɛl pər/ noun 1. a long pole for holding a paintbrush, used in painting areas otherwise out of ordinary reach.
/ˈmænhɪə/ noun 1. Bill. born 1946, New Zealand poet and writer. His poetry collections include How to Take Off Your Clothes at the Picnic (1977), Zoetropes (1984), Sunshine (1996), and Lifted (2005)
[man-hohl] /ˈmænˌhoʊl/ noun 1. a , usually with a cover, through which a person may enter a sewer, drain, steam boiler, etc., especially one located in a city street. /ˈmænˌhəʊl/ noun 1. Also called inspection chamber. a shaft with a removable cover that leads down to a sewer or drain 2. a hole, usually with […]
[man-hoo d] /ˈmæn hʊd/ noun 1. the state or time of being a or adult male person; male maturity. 2. traditional manly qualities. 3. maleness, as distinguished from femaleness. 4. virility; potency. 5. male genitalia. 6. collectively. 7. the state of being human. /ˈmænhʊd/ noun 1. the state or quality of being a man or […]