barehand

barehand

(ˈbɛəˌhænd)
vb (tr)
to field (the ball) with one's bare hands rather than one's glove
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Of the respondents, 74 (85%) thought methods (e.g., gloves, tongs, etc.) to achieve no barehand contact should be required when handling uncooked foods that are ready-to-eat.
In early telecasts of the daunting show, she jumped out of a plane, went 'barehand' fishing in Peru-and sat on a crocodile!
Frederick, a senior shortstop, also made a major impact defensively, making the routine plays and a couple of the spectacular variety, including a barehand snare and throw on the run to rob Doherty's Tyler Kmon of a hit in the fourth.
Craig also introduces a new photographer to our PowwowFashions feature, David Barehand of Olympia, Washington with his photographs of dancers along with Craig's commentary on the evolution of men's hair roaches.
Shaolin Long Fist Kung Fu: Advanced Sequences, Part 2 comes from one who has won over three dozen awards for barehand and weapons forms in international and national competitions, and who is President of YMAA International.
Some regulatory authorities allow barehand contact if the operation has received prior approval, so check your local regulatory requirements.
When you come in and barehand balls or have to dive toward the line, you see the ball right there.
The third baseman charges in frantically and, with no margin for error, usually tries to barehand the ball.
Below, a Tai-Chi barehand form contestant performs (left), Sue Johnson in the weapons section (centre), and others warm up for their routine at the Euro Wirral tournament (left)
He leaped straight up, making a barehand stab fully extended.
According to its website, jendo "is a fast rising traditional style of martial arts" utilizing barehands and feet and the traditional Filipino stick and bladed weapons associated with arnis, pang-or, bangkaw, itak, bolo and punyal as a means to defend oneself.