Handed

  • (adj): Having or involving the use of hands.
    Example: "A handed, tree-living animal"; "a four-handed card game"

Some articles on handed:

List Of Icebreakers - Finland - State-owned Icebreakers - Steam-powered
... since 1992) Wäinämöinen (1918–1922 handed over to Estonia) Ilmarinen (1918–1922 handed over to the Soviet Union) Voima (1924–1945 handed over to ...
Soma Bringer - Gameplay - Classes
... Battlers - Uses one-handed and two-handed weapons, can dual-wield ... Corps - Uses one-handed weapons and spears, can equip shields ... Darks - Uses two-handed weapons and spears ...
Switchhitter
... In baseball, a switch-hitter is a player who bats both right-handed and left-handed -- right-handed against left-handed pitchers, and left-handed against right-handed pitchers ...
Switchhitter - Characteristics
... Usually, right-handed batters hit better against left-handed pitchers and vice versa ... Venditte's words, "If I'm pitching right handed and they're hitting right handed, it's tougher for them to see ... great Mickey Mantle always considered himself a better right-handed hitter, but hit more home runs left-handed ...
Spix's Red-handed Howler
... Spix's red-handed howler (Alouatta discolor) is a vulnerable species of howler monkey native to the southeastern Amazon in Brazil ... It was previously considered a subspecies of the red-handed howler, but unlike most individuals of that species, the back of the Spix's red-handed howler is yellowish-brown to ...

Famous quotes containing the word handed:

    Thinking about the universe has now been handed over to specialists. The rest of us merely read about it.
    Mason Cooley (b. 1927)

    Never is a historic deed already completed when it is done but always only when it is handed down to posterity. What we call “history” by no means represents the sum total of all significant deeds.... World history ... only comprises that tiny lighted sector which chanced to be placed in the spotlight by poetic or scholarly depictions.
    Stefan Zweig (18811942)

    sailing
    In sunlight smiling under their goggles swapping batons back and
    forth
    And He who jumped without a chute and was handed one by a diving
    Buddy.
    James Dickey (b. 1923)