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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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Angara said that every day, left-handed students 'are faced with an additional challenge in school of having to deal with armchairs that do not support their 'uniqueness.''
Some people claim that left-handed people are more intelligent than their right-handed counterparts, but scholars have taken different positions on this.
Specifically, more left-handed people pass their driving test the first time than right-handed candidates.
5 BEING left-handed can be an advantage when it comes to sport and can catch opponents off-guard.
"The inefficient and awkward writing position that left-handed students must adopt in right-handed armchairs causes slower handwriting, placing them at a disadvantage on important timed examinations," Angara said.
Middleton previously revealed that she found out Prince George was left-handed when he started playing tennis.
The celebration of all things left-handed clashed with Blame Someone Else Day.
'I will strongly advise parents to seek expert advice and help and to carefully watch out on the best practices to handle their sinistral (left-handed) children,'' he said.
In high school I became aware of the belief that left-handed people are more creative, and it instilled some doubt about my creativity.
They could be naturally either right or left-handed.
The Government has stood firm on the national curriculum despite campaigners asking for it to include a legal duty for left-handed pupils to receive specific teaching to meet their needs.
He states, "If I ever have to shoot left-handed I do not find it a great disadvantage to have to push the safety off with my left hand."