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- adj. Without gloves
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- adj. devoid of gloves. Oposite of
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- adj. devoid of gloves
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I got to say I prefer detachable mags, carrying extra mags beats carrying extra loose ammo and then having to stuff said ammo into the gun wearing bulky gloves. (gets near zero here in deer season, you don't go gloveless)
However, since when was Freddy left handed and gloveless?
If any place can serve as an instant gauge of how the oil spill has altered Louisiana's seafood industry, it is New Orleans, where servers shuck oysters by hand, gloveless and confident.
If you attempt to ride in 40F temps gloveless and decked out in your "summer kit" dainty tightslike Mr. Parlee, you'll most certainly get cold.
It's a bit late in the day to do much about the physical things like the ACES design, or even the lack of head protection within the helmets, but surely a hard look could be taken even now at the crew procedures which allowed astronauts not to be properly strapped in (let alone gloveless).
She could only imagine what she looked like with her dirt-streaked face, muddy dress, and gloveless hands.
The gloveless hand holding the laptop was soon ice cold.
Others had tossed t-shirts onto the rope to grip, their gloveless hands already burned.
He especially goes in winter, when the beaches along the harbor's estuaries are emptya tall man in jeans, boots, blue windbreaker, and zippered fleece sweater, his bald pate hatless, his long fingers gloveless as he bends to probe the sand.
The hands of the gloveless froze to their rifles, causing strips of skin to pull away, revealing quick-freezing blood.