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Among all 60 combinations of hitter handedness and park, lefties at Miller Park ranked 27th in home run factor, according to Baseball Prospectus.
Other scientists who built mathematical models showed that adding a nucleotide of the wrong-handedness stops the chain from extending, confirmed Joyce’s research.
This risks heavy-handedness but displays a perceptive eye for the importance of a pivot point where the star could lose his audience.
And researchers were very much surprised to find that cats’ handedness seem to be linked to their gender: female felines were more likely to favor their right paw, while males tended to favor their left one.
The heavy-handedness of the Spanish state has once again come to Mr Puigdemont’s rescue politically.
Only about 10 percent of the population is left-handed, which may explain why everything from scissors, spiral notebooks, power tools, can openers, and, yes, even the driver’s cup holder are all designed with dominant handedness in mind.
But the Spanish government’s intransigence and heavy handedness prompted him to head to his polling station on October 1st.
The heavy-handedness that both Guichaoua and Lyammouri warned against is already apparent.
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