is 29 percent less likely to hover over a menu's right tabs.
The study, which included 100 people - 50 left-handers
and 50 right-handers- to complete a task on a computer, suggested that many objects and activities in daily life are designed for right-handed people, forcing the left-hander
to think more and thus making them better decision makers.
The difficulties of left-handers
are highlighted and left-handed people come forward and share their experiences and also tell people how they overcome the problems of being a left-hander
A person can be thought to be a left-hander
when he/she attains better results with the left hand, as well as when he/she gives preference to the left hand in activities which need strength, good co-ordination and accuracy (Meyer, 1998).
I am waiting for Barack Obama to prove his smartness as a left-hander
Colletti acknowledged the possibility that the deadline could pass without the Dodgers making another significant move to follow their June 27 trade with Tampa Bay, when they acquired left-hander
Mark Hendrickson and catcher Toby Hall.
Journalist Wolman, himself a left-hander
, explores the myths and stories surrounding southpaws (a term originally used to describe left-handed baseball pitchers), including their alleged alliance with Satan.
The good Lord smiled on me when he gave me left-handed genes," said left-hander
Tommy John, who won 288 games in a 27-year career.
In 1996, Clinton won re-election over Bob Dole, a left-hander
by default (his right arm was injured in World War II).
It: (1) takes the left-hander
out of his predictable normal move, (2) provides him with a viable pick-off move that will force the baserunner to adjust to something else, and (3) affords the pitcher an excellent setup move.
He's a phenomenal bowler but [Quiney] just gives us another left-hander
in the top order," he said.
Also one of the areas premier pitchers, the left-hander
went 9-2 with a 2.