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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.
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Only two percent of the general population throws right-handed and bats left, yet 12 percent of Major League players throw right and bat left.
This is also true of chasers, so it's possible to get a chaser who likes to lead with its right fore, so enjoys racing right-handed, but has a tendency to jump left at a fence.
The left-handed student is a whole-to-part learner, whereas the right-handed student is part-to-whole learner.
Left-handed people inevitably know they must choose the "right seat" to sit in--which is the seat to the left of a right-handed person.
A player or coach has often seen the right-handed batter work the count to 3-0.
Dorothee wanted to know if dexterity differed between left-handed and right-handed people.
Approximately 90 per cent of people are right-handed and 10 per cent left-handed.
The Ci20 Optical Mouse combines the comfort of soft rubberized grips and innovative right-handed design with the precision and accuracy of DiamondEye(R) optical technology.
Results showed that right-handed volunteers found it far more difficult to deal with this incorrect cue when it was given to their right hands, making more mistakes and taking longer to successfully inhibit the reaches, almost as if the right hand was already pre-selected to carry on during the bimanual reach.
Progressive chaser One Cool Cookie's peak RPR on right-handed tracks of 154 is 26lb superior to the best figure he has ever recorded when racing in the other direction.
Being left-handed in a right-handed world can be tough and it is only fellow left-handers who can sympathise.
Where Figgins proved costly were his struggles batting right-handed (.