Whether it was that Tashtego, that wild Indian, was so heedless and reckless as to let go for a moment his one-handed
hold on the great cabled tackles suspending the head; or whether the place where he stood was so treacherous and oozy; or whether the Evil One himself would have it to fall out so, without stating his particular reasons; how it was exactly, there is no telling now; but, on a sudden, as the eightieth or ninetieth bucket came suckingly up --my God
This area displayed a stronger response to images of prostheses among the one-handed
participants, compared to the controls, particularly among those who used a prosthesis most frequently in their daily lives.
Professor Aaron Quigley, Chair of Human Computer Interaction at the School of Computer Science at the University, said: "The design of both wearable and large mobile devices assumes both hands are free, however one-handed
use of devices, regardless of their size, is now commonplace.
As usual, Walt Rauch is exactly right--this time in emphasizing one-handed
shooting in real-life defense situations ("Defensive Tactics," April/May).
A WAW LKER was rescued after hanging one-handed
from a mountain - and texting for help with his other hand.
The makers of FlyGrip call it a one-handed
solution that is the only such device compatible with virtually all personal devices, including smartphones, mp3 players, e-readers, and tablets.
An answer to this question must grapple with the most essential issues concerning one-handed
There was a time when, if you wanted to be considered a good shot, you practiced one-handed
tools for defense often come with edges or pointy ends.
The fourth dunk -- a windmill over the table -- was a bit anticlimactic because Robinson missed nine straight times before landing a one-handed
spin move off the backboard.
The emergence of the one-handed
opening knife presents a much greater threat as someone can draw it quickly from a pocket and open it in less than a second.
The box also provides two spaces for safely holding scalpels, a user friendly one-handed
scalpel blade remover, and a built-in syringe holder with one-handed
operation of the needle recapping and one-handed
for exchanging needles.