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(Greek: hand; pertaining to the hand or hands)
(Greek: bat, bats; flying mammals with wings: cheir, "hand" + pteron, "wing")
(a bionic hand which is considered a next-generation prosthetic device which appeals to both patients and health care professionals)
(Part 4 of 4: smoking in public and the efforts to ban, or to restrict, second-hand smoke that threatens the lives of waiters, waitresses, and innocent customers so they don't have to suffer from the discomfort and health perils presented by smokers)
(Latin: right, right hand, to the right; therefore, "skillful, fortunate")
(Latin: hand or hands)
(Greek palame > Latin palma: palm of the hand)
(Latin: marked with the palm of the hand; adorned with palm leaves; used primarily in the sense of "having five lobes that diverge from a common center" [as fingers from an open palm])
(Latin: weight, weigh; heavy; to consider, to think about; closely related to this pend-, "hang, weigh, to hand down" unit of words)
Word Entries containing the term: “hand”
A prosthetic hand that moves more naturally than traditional prostheses and can hold awkward or delicate objects.
A prosthetic device with five individually powered digits.
While most prostheses today can open and close, allowing people to grasp some items, they lack the detailed movements of a natural hand.
The i-Limb Hand gets one step closer to that natural movement, with motors in each finger that make it possible to move individual fingers and form several different grips.
manually by hand
This entry is located in the following unit: Pleonasms or Tautological Redundancies (page 13)
partial hand prostheses
A replacement of individual fingers or parts of a hand.
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Bionics, Illustrated by a Bionic Hand
A bionic hand which is considered a next-generation prosthetic device which appeals to both patients and health care professionals unit.
This entry is located in the following unit: Units of Special Compositions, Topics, or Subjects That Provide Special Information (page 3)