Lefthander Chassis

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  • left-handed pitcher: a baseball pitcher who throws the ball with the left hand
  • a wave that peels to the left as you're taking off, opposite of a right-hander
  • (Left-handed) (Judg. 3:15; 20:16), one unable to use the right hand skilfully, and who therefore uses the left; and also one who uses the left as well as the right, ambidexter. Such a condition of the hands is due to physical causes. This quality was common apparently in the tribe of Benjamin.
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  • a metal mounting for the circuit components of an electronic device
  • The base frame of a motor vehicle or other wheeled conveyance
  • The outer structural framework of a piece of audio, radio, or computer equipment
  • human body: alternative names for the body of a human being; "Leonardo studied the human body"; "he has a strong physique"; "the spirit is willing but the flesh is weak"
  • the skeleton of a motor vehicle consisting of a steel frame supported on springs that holds the body and motor
lefthander chassis
lefthander chassis - The Left-Hander's
The Left-Hander's 2013 Desk Calendar
The Left-Hander's 2013 Desk Calendar
Oprah Winfrey, Bill Gates, John McEnroe, Diane Keaton, and Sir Isaac Newton. What do all these famous people have in common? They're all left-handers, and they've joined the ranks of about 40 million other southpaws in the United States. The Left-Hander's 2013 Day-to-Day Calendar pays tribute to these unique individuals with trivia, facts, quotes, and legends about left-handedness and left-handers. The nineteenth edition of this daily calendar features a little known fact, quote, bit of trivia, or anecdote about left-handedness or information about a famous left-handed person on each page. It also recognizes the birthdays of famous left-handed people.

lefthander
lefthander
one of the 14 turns
Lefthander
Lefthander
Outer Banks of NC
lefthander chassis
lefthander chassis
(2013 Calendar) The Left-Hander's 2013 Desk Calendar
The Left-Hander's Desk Calendar: Oprah Winfrey, Bill Gates, John McEnroe, Diane Keaton, and Sir Isaac Newton. What do all these famous people have in common? They're all left-handers, and they've joined the ranks of about 40 million other southpaws in the United States. The Left-Hander's 2013 Day-to-Day Calendar pays tribute to these unique individuals with trivia, facts, quotes, and legends about left-handedness and left-handers. The nineteenth edition of this daily calendar features a little known fact, quote, bit of trivia, or anecdote about left-handedness or information about a famous left-handed person on each page. It also recognizes the birthdays of famous left-handed people.