hand type

hand type

[′hand ‚tīp]
(graphic arts)
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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The sewing-machine, of the hand type, leaves a similar mark, but only on the left arm, and on the side of it farthest from the thumb, instead of being right across the broadest part, as this was.
In the world of publishing (like the hard copy, hold a magazine in your hand type of publishing), there are hard deadlines and production schedules, and we had to go to press just as Labelexpo was getting under way.
The size of script and hand type remain constant for both the main text and rubricated fragments, which adds to the coherence of the text, thus fulfilling the textual function of script as a pragmatic marker.
Given the hand's adaptability, the functional significance of digital and metacarpal formulae is not to seek the best hand type for certain tasks, but rather to determine which hands are relatively disadvantaged in performing those tasks.
On the other hand Type B personality includes people who live at a lower stress level and typically work steadily enjoying achievements but not becoming stressed when they are not achieved.
Comparing to existing hand type checking facility it reduces the time to check.
According to the individual hand type of each student, they were trained to utilize the correct type of pressure: heavy hands were to use less pressure while slender hands required more.
Fiscal processes thus resemble market processes in that they are open to an invisible hand type of explanation.
The Index was rounded in 1885 by Willa Mae's grandfather, Marion Wilson, with a shirttail-full of hand type and a Washington press.
Wagner was not able to identify a single hand type as a predictor of success at the instrument.