top hand

top hand

A worker, especially of a farm or ranch, who is particularly skilled or useful. I hear the boss has a new top hand who's coming in to help break horses this spring.
See also: hand, top
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Aluminium alloy wall support extension ladder provided with top hand rails and platform, steps made up of 26 x 3mm round corrugated flutted pipe, main extrusion made up of aluminium alloy section 66 x 32 x 3.
I just waited a bit longer, held my ground, dived to the left and got my top hand to it.
On his spot-kick heroics from Linus Wahlqvist's effort 10 minutes from time, he modestly added: "I just waited a bit longer, held my ground, dived to the left and got my top hand to it.
He said: "I just waited a bit longer, held my ground, dived to the left and got my top hand to it.
Keep the head in a neutral position, or turn it to gaze up at the top hand.
Having a glove only on the top hand is beneficial as a player holds the club predominantly with the palm and the lower hand is much more in the fingers.
Well, who wouldn't believe in 'Britain & Ireland's Next Top Hand Model', '24 Hours In A Phone Box' and 'Date My Daughter'?
8226; Smaller diameter in the top hand allows the grip to fit in your fingers, not your palm
Moments later the Robins took the lead with debutant Steff Edwards playing a neat one-two with Matthew Heasey, before curling his shot in to the top hand corner.
It's my top hand, and I had a hard time getting to pitches inside.
His recommended technique for uncapping a needle, for example, involves anchoring the top hand to the bottom hand, as in a golfer's grip.
A lot of people just breathe If you notice that only your top hand moves up and down as you inhale and exhale, then you're breathing too shallow.
Keep the palm of your top hand pressed on your outer thigh.
Locog chief Paul Deighton original target revenue was pounds Karen, 41, who is paralysed from the chest down, is one of the world's top hand cyclists.