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Hand

A unit of length equivalent to four inches. It is used in the sale and use of horses.
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Dellhag and Bjelle (6) measured grip strength of only the dominant hand, and reported a significant correlation with GAT.
Thus, it translated into increased muscle activity levels in forearm flexor and extensor muscles with higher values in dominant hand.
Following the arched port arrangement described above, one additional 8-mm port is placed on the surgeon's dominant hand side 8-10 cm lateral to the camera port in the mediolateral position.
In case of manual location the movement marks the movement of the dominant hand.
The BCM GUNFIGHTER charging handle allows the operator to use the non dominant hand in the operation of the charging handle for loading or immediate action.
The snap hand is the dominant hand, the hand one would throw with.
Only one patient did not use the dominant hand to spray the INS.
Sites of contamination were as follows: front shoulder of gown, back shoulder of gown, right side of N95 respirator, upper right front of goggles, and palm of dominant hand.
The patches of hair loss are in no particular pattern, but will usually be located to the side of the dominant hand.
Yes, but it would have been less likely since I would have been using my dominant hand.