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“Even as his left arm poured water on his foes, his right arm whirred with diamond-tipped drills.”
“Denied Spartacuss flank, meanwhile, the thraex might have ducked and lunged at Spartacuss unprotected right leg. He might even have attempted the more difficult move of leaping up, powering his right arm over the top of Spartacuss shield, and stabbing him with his curved sica.”
“Since he could not really walk and since his rib-cage on the right-hand side ached fiercely every time he took a breath and since his right arm seemed to be broken, the idea of walking out of here and through the streets was impossible.”
“Surely the right arm of God did not really lift up the nation of Israel Isaiah 41:10.”
“The man helped Malik out of the car and manoeuvred him into the chair, nodding as Malik pointed at his right arm to indicate that it could not be touched.”
“To Fourth, her right foot forward, parallel to her left, right arm over her head, left arm dropped back into First Position, and so into Fifth, her right foot close up to her left, the toes of each foot touching the heels of the other, her arms softly overhead.”
“Although his right arm still was half-paralyzed, he had taught himself to write with his left hand and cherished some hope of ultimate recovery.1 Long absence from the army had not destroyed the strategical complex he had developed during the Suffolk campaign.”
“Fred Stanley, the veteran infielder substituting for Brian Doyle, ran back into the outfield, his right arm pointing out the ball as it flew straight through the sky, making sure that Piniella would not lose track of it.”
“One hand covered his left eye, and his right arm was wrapped in self-embrace around his torso.”
“The nurses used the catheter to pump X-ray-sensitive dye into my bloodstream, whereupon I could watch the veins of my right arm appear periodically on a television screen.”
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