gloveless


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devoid of gloves

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It is a fully integrated, automated aseptic filling system that combines robotics, gloveless isolator and machine vision technologies.
Finally, Alistair had barked his urgency and nudged his nose against the back of her chapped, gloveless hand and tugged her all the way home.
When she opened London's Landmark Aids Centre in 1989, she gave director Jonathan Grimshaw - who was diagnosed with HIV - a firm, gloveless handshake.
Other features include a user-friendly work station with a space-saving exterior footprint, good lighting and visibility and a quick-entry, gloveless sleeve system.
A day with 3ft of cleared snow on the edge of the pitch and a Newcastle team defiantly gloveless - compared to eight southern softies from Stamford Bridge who had mitts on.
When the father leaves the car the poem becomes cold again, describing "the black snake" placed in the exhaust, his open boots and gloveless hands in the winter.
The feel of soil, sifting through my gloveless fingers.
Now for the tick of revelation While still our gloveless hands Drag chattering at the heart But wherefore this?
Gloveless hands in Chicago in February are not usually recommended, but bare hands were clearly preferable to the alternative.
Pictured are senior partner Rory Daly in wicketkeeping mode alongside James Mattin while David Waldron is the gloveless batsman.
Hurricane enclosures protect the devices from bad weather, and integrated heaters protect gloveless users from the cold.
His gloveless save from Darius Vassell's penalty followed by that spot-kick winner made him an instant national hero.
Except that the earth moved for David Beckham (above) and a gloveless keeper called Ricardo made the last stunning double contribution.
In its article publicizing the event, the Daily News reproduced without attribution a print showing action in "a game between two Philadelphia teams in the gloveless days of 1873" with an inset box of commentary entitled "Old Time Baseball" The commentary showed a detailed knowledge of 1870s play.
The catcher then puts his gloveless hand between his legs and flashes the sign to signal the next pitch.