Definition of Dextrally. Meaning of Dextrally. Synonyms of Dextrally

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Definition of Dextrally

Dextrally
Dextrally Dex"tral*ly, adv. Towards the right; as, the hands of a watch rotate dextrally.

Meaning of Dextrally from wikipedia

- Sinistral and dextral, in some scientific fields, are the two types of chirality ("handedness") or relative direction. The terms are derived from the...
- Left-hand traffic (LHT) and right-hand traffic (RHT) are the practice, in bidirectional traffic, of keeping to the left side or to the right side of the...
- In human biology, handedness is a better, faster, or more precise performance or individual preference for use of a hand, known as the dominant hand; the...
- also known as sinistral faults, and those with right-lateral motion as dextral faults. Each is defined by the direction of movement of the ground as would...
- perversus) show a mixture of dextral and sinistral individuals. There occur also aberrantly sinistral forms of dextral species and some of these are...
- Atotsugawa Fault ****an Dextral strike-slip Active 1858 Hietsu earthquake (M~7) Awatere Fault South Island, New Zealand Dextral strike-slip Active 1848...
- between 143–121 Ma and 90–60 Ma. In the Falkland segment rifting began with dextral movements between the Patagonia and Colorado sub-plates between the Early...
- The North Island Fault System or North Island Dextral Fault Belt is a set of southwest-northeast trending seismically-active faults in the North Island...
- Laterality Proper right and proper left Reflection symmetry Sinistral and dextral NOS Staff (December 8, 2014). "Why Do Ships use "Port" and "Starboard"...
- directions, like port and starboard Reflection symmetry Sinistral and dextral Direction (disambiguation) Port and starboard – Nautical terms for direction...
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