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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.
One idea for how this is handled is that, during the first eight years of development, one eye becomes dominant and determines the handedness of images.
Such a move could pour fuel on a secessionist fire already raging after the heavy-handedness of the police raids.
Paige’s sure-handedness on punt returns aside, special teams was a persistent problem for Indiana last season.
Sophomore Trishton Jackson proved to be the breakout star of the spring, while redshirt freshman Cam Chambers showed sure-handedness after sitting out as a redshirt.
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