Did you mayhaps mean rightward?
- adj. Alternative form of right-hand.
“More to the point, what minimal gains were granted by the "righthand" are taken away by the "left.”
“Imagine you are coming to a sharp righthand turn in fourth gear.”
“The nose is a particular success: it may superficially resemble a noseguard on a Norman helmet, but the top lefthand line of the nose is skewed and angled out, whereas the righthand line descends a perfect perpendicular.”
“Baroness Shriti VaderaWith a background in both banking and the charity sector – she was a director of Oxfam – Lady Vadera, left, was Gordon Brown's formidable righthand woman.”
“And when, in February, Peter Hill let go of the reins after seven years as the editor of the Daily Express and righthand man to Dirty Des, the newsroom just wanted to show its appreciation.”
“It has an Apple icon in the upper-lefthand corner, Leopard in the upper righthand corner and several Apple specific apps (Safari, iTunes) on the toolbar.”
“Downes's translation is printed on the righthand pages with the English author's commentary on the left.”
“The Brazil playmaker had a chance almost immediately, heading Ronaldo's pinpoint cross wide of the righthand post.”
“Because the word "box" was likely preprinted above the grid, thus making three X's on the righthand side.”
“An editing tool in the bottom righthand side of the screen will break up your video into bite-sized segments, in a way similar to what iPhone 3GS users can do now.”
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