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dexterity

Rare the characteristic of being right-handed
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On the last day of the show, a flying display designed to demonstrate to the world the dextrous abilities of the aircraft was to finish in disaster.
Oering up the largest roster in the series to date, you'll need those dextrous digits about you in order to master the signature DOA ghting system A ghting system throughout the textured story and tutorial modes.
Occasionally, some of Scarlett's instruction threatened to become impenetrably British: "Make this look more dextrous," he told Gomes about a gesture.
That's right, it was the turn of celebrity lolos and lolas, Leo Martinez, Nadia Montenegro and Rico Puno, to proudly show off their cute and talented apos, and their daft and dextrous way of solving the tasks and problems that the tilt thought up for them.
It's interesting that Wilcox and guitarist-keyboard player Reggie Bates' voice is a tad smoother than Wilcox's, if perhaps not quite as dextrous.
Around 20 of the 45 paintings on the walls sold when the exhibition opened last weekend but before they go to their new homes, you can still marvel at the work of a Scottish master with a harmonious blend of expert composition, dextrous paint handling and a mastery in depicting light.
Washington, April 19 ( ANI ): Researchers at the Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS) have developed a very inexpensive tactile sensor for robotic hands that is sensitive enough to turn a brute machine into a dextrous manipulator.
Keeper Elizabeth Becker said: "It demonstrates just how dextrous elephants' trunks really are and we think the end results are pretty amazing, if a little abstract.
Ali Hamama who belongs to a generation dextrous in the art of wood cutting, or 'Arabesque', believes that to save what can be saved an Arab federation for traditional industries has to be established.
Capable of four knots, the systems have features usually associated with more costly hydraulic systems, such as two powerful and dextrous Schilling robotic manipulator arms.
Gorillas, like all of their close relatives, have dextrous hands and feet, meaning they can manipulate objects with skill.
You'll feel desirably defiled and delightfully delirious as these dedicated demonic deviants deftly deliver their dextrous deeds," a news release says.