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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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Players are presented with a different set of challenges when facing lefties compared to right-handed rivals.
More positive historical lefties have included Aristotle, Alexander the Great, Winston Churchill, Terry Waite, Albert Einstein, Marie Curie and Dr Albert Schweitzer.
The 28-year-old posted strong numbers against lefties, with a .
Although none of these findings prove that lefties are more intelligent, they do suggest that they have certain cognitive advantages.
After edging the two lefties, Ho figured his toughest test would be against Kendell Lewis on the final day.
But if competition were more important, the popuLation to be about evenly split between lefties and righties, Abrams said.
Sadly, a lot of lefties die relatively young when they simply can't react quickly and/or effectively enough to avoid disaster.
A list of celebrated lefties does suggest a certain visionary, rule-breaking tendency: Michelangelo,Leonardo da Vinci,Picasso,Bill Clinton and Jimi Hendrix.
There are a hundred minor inconveniences that lefties put up with.
Our two lefties -- Cameron Gianettu and Edwin Colano -- are small with average velocity, but are good competitors.
Yet, through July 28, the top candidates for the Cy Young Award in each league were lefties.
After testing 42 lefties and righties, Dorothee found her bar graph is nearly the same for both.