-Handed appears in the following palindromes (phrases that read the same backward as forward):
- Ma handed Edna ham.
- I told Edna how to get a mate: "Go two-handed." Loti.
- Lo, a gay bar bastard, Edna, handed rats a bra by a gaol.
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Definition of -Handed
What does -Handed mean?
- [literally] Preceded by an adjective, having a hand or hands described by that adjective.
- [figuratively] Preceded by an adjective, having a manner described by that adjective.
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Developing 3D Graphics for the Web by Andreas Anyuru
Right-handed refers to how the third axis (the z-axis) is oriented. If the x- and y-axes are positioned so they are ...
by International Monetary Fund
Instead it must actively search for and analyze information, 2Direct regulation can be an even more effective, albeit heavy-handed means to attain operational targets. 3Other arguments are presented in Hardy (1997), which can be read as a ...
Engineering the Space Age (2009)
A Rocket Scientist Remembers by Robert V. Brulle
(Right-handed means that right-hand or clockwise rotations around any axis would advance a screw in the positive direction of that axis.) A body axis system is used because the applied forces and moments—like thrust, lift, pitching moment, ...
Sex and Reason (1994)
by Richard A. POSNER
The difference between being left-handed and being right-handed is a biological difference, but it is no longer a significant social difference because we have come to believe that it does not matter whether one is more comfortable writing.
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