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left-hand·ed

(left hand'ĕd),
Denoting the habitual or more skillful use of the left hand for writing and for most manual operations.
Synonym(s): sinistromanual

left-hand·ed

(left-hand'ĕd)
Denoting the habitual or more skillful use of the left hand for writing and for most manual functions.
Synonym(s): sinistromanual.
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Rathlin has gone lefthanded only once before, when sixth in the Supreme Novices' Hurdle at Cheltenham last year.
00), but it's worth noting that he's won three of his ten starts racing lefthanded (which he does today) but is nought from six going the other way (which he has on his last two starts) Fergus Sweeney and Laura Mongan are four from 11 at Lingfield in the last five seasons.
His biggest problem was to break the lefthanded Vesely, who was cranking up some bombs on his serves, going over 200kmph mark regularly.
The C form is a gene of chance in that half the people with this gene are lefthanded and half are right-handed.
Nasir, the 25yearold lefthanded opener, has played 45 ODIs for Pakistan in which he has scored 1,413 runs with three centuries and eight halfcenturies.
The Knights were forced to make notable changes to their lineup with appointed captain Fawad Alam already unavailable because of a commitment abroad for which the lefthanded batsman had reportedly taken permission from the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB).
Crisp homered right-handed off CC Sabathia in the first inning and hit his three-run homer batting lefthanded against Rafael Soriano.
Supporting Luka is Dominic Dunn, the hotly tipped 16-yearold singer/songwriter and lefthanded guitarist from Kirkdale.
The erognomic curved handle comes in a lefthanded and righthanded version.
Barry has said before that he does need to go lefthanded," he said.
This explains why two right-handed parents could have lefthanded children.
in herey "Fast ground, going lefthanded, doesn't really suit him and he was hanging out to the right.