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hand lead

[′hand ‚led]
(engineering)
A light sounding lead (7-14 pounds or 3-6 kilograms) usually having a line not more than 25 fathoms (46 meters) in length.
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He can turn southpaw like Manny, he can hit with right hand leads and can move and fight from angles that Manny hasn't encountered before.'
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Living in peace and harmony, on the other hand leads to all-round development of the region.
Michael Rego's keen directorial hand leads the actors through an amusing maze of glass and steel, balancing humor with heart.
He adds: '[Jeff] can throw right hand leads fast as jabs, he can turn southpaw quickly to throw opponents off.'
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Instead of relying solely on his left, Klitschko began to mix in right hand leads in the seventh round.