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dexterity

Rare the characteristic of being right-handed
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In chapter 7 Minowitz contends that in WN Smith hides his atheistic social science beneath dextrous rhetoric.
The spotlight of media publicity swings erratically, on one day highlighting a novel scheme for collecting solar energy, on the next picking out a dextrous, piano-playing robot, then skipping on to something else.
In depth essays by Malcolm McCullough, Stephen Gage, Lebbeus Woods and Kieran Timberlake provide additional insights into this fertile territory of design, digital fabrication and the dextrous.
Hughes is a human battering ram, with deceptive pace and dextrous hands.
The scene was set immediately by Jesus Nunez's dextrous guitar work, instantly evoking the atmosphere of a hot night in a town square after the people have eaten their evening meals.
Chording was perfectly balanced, passage-work was fleet and dextrous, and bravura and panache abounded in the chattering Bee's Wedding-style finale.
Wodehouse put it, constitu-tionally incapable of walking through the great Gobi desert without knocking something over, you don't have to be very bright or well informed or dextrous to come out at the top of the heap.
Aware that voicing his opinion plays a critical role in his ongoing development, the dextrous stand-off added: "When I have my one-on-ones with Dean and our head coach Peter Russell I know exactly what it is they want from me and that is important when you are pushing more and more for that first-team place.
Altough the primary use is for prosthetic purposes the basic principles underlying the technique to be developed can be used also for the design of dextrous hands for industrial purposes as well.
Graverobber is a force that dominates the album, her voice forceful and dextrous, her phrasing sharp and whimsical.
This provides the ultimate example of dextrous manipulation," Melchiorri said.
THE man considered to be the UK's most dextrous protagonist of the mandolin has assembled a band to celebrate the dawn of a new age for the instrument - and they're coming to a venue near you.