dexterity


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Synonyms for dexterity

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skillfulness in the use of the hands or body

the quality or state of being mentally agile

Synonyms for dexterity

adroitness in using the hands

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conclusion; basic manual dexterity is not essential in the selection of dental students, because these skills can be improved through incremental learning and extra practice.
Our first hypothesis was that call related SD has no effect on finger dexterity. We further proposed to test the hypothesis that duration of SD has no relation with finger dexterity.
There are many methods available to assess dexterity and the selection of an appropriate tool is often based on a variety of factors, including availability, familiarity, and applicability to a given population and psychometric soundness.
Cambrian Intelligence is now working on a system that goes beyond merely mimicking a human, to using its dexterity in novel situations.
That very few firms have reached the level of digital dexterity is not really surprising.
The Nine Hole Peg Test (NHPT) was the only dexterity assessment that was included in the Toolbox (NIH, 2012).
SRI International's dual arm manipulator, Taurus, has surgical level dexterity, according to company literature.
The increased flexibility and dexterity of Marigold gloves allow for comfortable, prolonged wear for all electrical applications, addressing the critical need for increased performance over long periods of time and safety and glove compliance in the workplace.
8 ( ANI ): Early hominids may have developed finger dexterity and tool use ability before bipedal locomotion was developed in them, a new study has suggested.
The freestyle rap, which took the form here of a comic assault on the audience, conveyed well the exhilarating nature of improvisation, and the brilliance of the MC's verbal dexterity.
Antonio Garrido's character, inspired by Song Ci, the founding father of forensic science, has a passion for truth in the face of deep-rooted allegiances, and his dexterity in examining grisly deaths becomes even more complex with the arrival of an enthralling woman.
The problem with focusing just on the cultural differences, according to Andy Molinsky, author of Global Dexterity: How to Adapt Your Behavior Across Cultures Without Losing Yourself in the Process, is that we don't just struggle with knowing or even understanding the cultural differences.
(BRTX), a company developing stem cell based therapies for personal applications, has signed a consulting agreement with Dexterity, Inc., a product design and bioengineering firm that will provide services to further the development and production of BRT's proprietary therapeutic delivery device for its intervertebral disc stem cell therapy program, "brtxDISC," (Disc Implanted Stem Cells).
Global dexterity; how to adapt your behavior across cultures without losing yourself in the process.