driving hand

driving hand

A term of art used by pathologists for the (usually dominant) hand that he or she uses to move a mechanical stage when examining a glass slide of tissue by light microscopy.
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1970's Algerian Proto-Rai Underground (Sublime Frequencies) In the pre-synthesizer days of rai music explored by this album, every beat was filled with driving hand percussion, passionate call-and-response vocals, and (surprisingly) trumpets.
Following his dynamic work on the stirring Deaf West Theater revival of "Big River," director Jeff Calhoun here puts as robust a driving hand as seems possible behind the featherweight material.
Switching to auto-pilot during a jam and then reading a newspaper would not be considered sensible, they say, even though some of their marketing graphics show a man waving a coffee cup and eating a doughnut while driving hands and feet-free.
Phone Boxer Talk listen listen talk, Text while driving hands free when you walk, Top up contract pay as you go, keep gossiping fast or slow, Take a picture play a game, Forward your details send off your name, In the shadows media hacking, Communication relevance lacking, Red phone box 2p slot, Global network starting to rot, Pathways laid bridges burning, the cogs in your mind always turning.
But superb putting and driving handed me the victory.
If those two tasks are, say, driving an SUV, while conducting a stressful cell phone call, with that cell phone held to our ear by one of our 'driving hands', with four screaming children in the back, and driving up to a complicated intersection with lots of traffic and poor visibility, that's obviously a different story as far as the appropriateness and impact of multi-tasking.
Hamed, 32, served 16 weeks of a 15-month sentence for dangerous driving handed down after his pounds 320,000 Mercedes McLaren collided head-on with Mr Burgin's car in May 2005.
Hamed (right), 32, served 16 weeks of a 15-month sentence for dangerous driving handed down after his pounds 320,000 Mercedes McLaren collided head-on with Mr Burgin's car in May 2005.
Current legislation has seen fatal crash drivers charged with careless driving handed a fine, despite the anguish they cause to grieving relatives.