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right-handed

[′rīt ¦han·dəd]
(crystallography)
Having a crystal structure with a mirror-image relationship to a left-handed structure.
(design engineering)
Pertaining to screw threads that allow coupling only by turning in a clockwise direction.
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Put differently, you need to make sure your right hand does not interfere with your left hand's ability to swing your club properly.
David Gwilliam, chief operating officer at RSM, stated that Right Hand HR will complement RSMs existing HR consulting capability and provide our clients with a much wider suite of HR services.
When that ball (3) reaches its highest point, throw the ball in your left hand (1) in an arc to your right hand.
Close your right hand around the long piece of rope just above the knot.
Paz landed the right hand on the jaw of Molina, then landed a left hook about 15 seconds later.
That is, to hook the bottom wrestler's left ankle with the right leg (top man), then reach for a 1/2 Nelson with the left hand while simultaneously reaching his right hand under and locking his hands (Photo 11) behind the bottom man's neck.
Heinrich Schenker's more extended analysis of the right hand of this passage can be found in his Free Composition (Der Frei Satz), trans.
According to one American advertising campaign: "your left hand says you are taken, your right hand says you can take over.
Next, place your right hand in your left armpit and your left hand in your right armpit.
Not surprisingly, Tiger Woods also uses his right hand to help him hit the ball longer distances.
In particular, a right-handed golfer grips the putter grip with their right hand in a conventional manner so that the thumb on the right hand is placed straight down the top surface of the putter grip.
But even if a lefty wins this year, a final indignity awaits-he will still have to swear in with his right hand.