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left-handed

[′left ¦hand·əd]
(crystallography)
Having a crystal structure with a mirror-image relationship to a right-handed structure.
(design engineering)
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6 IT IS said that being left-handed helps people develop their creative side and many famous performers have been lefties including the legendary figures of Fred Astaire, Charlie Chaplin and Judy Garland.
I come from the dark days when lefties suffered open discrimination, with guesthouses displaying signs that declared: "No left-handers".
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Rod Laver, John McEnroe, Jimmy Conners, Guillermo Vilas, Ivan Lendl, Goran Ivanisevic, Thomas Muster and Martina Navratilova are among the legendary lefties.
Lauren Milson - organiser for the Left Handers Club in the UK - lobbies on behalf of lefties for better product design, education and provision for and about left-handedness.
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It's International Left Handers Day, where lefties get a chance to celebrate their genetic status - and embrace it.
Any leftie broadcaster worth its salt mine wouldn't have tolerated the auto-moaner so long.
The results next Wednesday during Labour's conference are expected to show he and possibly two other lefties have got on.
Indeed, some researchers have argued that lefties have more brain symmetry than righties and better communication between the two sides of the brain.
Hand, the former Padres closer, has held Dodger lefties to 2-for-21 hitting in his career.
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