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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.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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'These neutral desks,' he said, 'could be used by both left and right-handed students without any issue.'
In cardiac care, many procedures conducted on patients remain the same for left as well as right-handed patients as the vascular anatomy is the same for both.
Experiment 2: A different group of 19 piano students at the university were used for this study (10 right-handed and nine dNRH).
The citation was "Rengstorff, 1967." The same study found 91.5 percent of those surveyed were right-handed, 7.7 percent southpaws, and 1.1 percent ambidextrous.
Is there any simple way to remember the difference between left-handed and right-handed doors?
When I speak to groups I often take a quick poll to find out how many people are right-handed and how many are left-handed.
Outfielder Scotty Berke (Las Vegas), infielder Jackson Evans (Vancouver, Wash.), right-handed pitcher Tyler Graham (Shingle Sprigs, Calif.), right-handed pitcher Chad Nading (Anchorage), catcher Ryan Ortiz (San Diego), right-handed pitcher Jorge Reyes (Warden, Wash.) and infielder Steven Samples (Vancouver, Wash.) were signed out of high school.
They also pack the place and are starting to get noticed, not the least because their guitar player and singer plays guitar left-handed, but plays an upside right-handed guitar that's strung like a regular right-handed guitar (he's self-taught).
In the event of a case head separation, for instance, at least some of the gases and debris are vented away from a right-handed shooter.
BECAUSE the young Jimi Hendrix couldn't afford to buy an expensive left-handed guitar, he learned to play a right-handed guitar - upside down.
Burnett of North Little Rock, right-handed pitcher with the Florida Marlins; Cliff Lee of Benton, left-handed pitcher with the Cleveland Indians; Dan Wright of Batesville, right-handed pitcher with the Chicago Cubs; and Dustin Moseley of Texarkana, right-handed pitcher with the Cincinnati Reds.