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  • n. Plural form of handgrip.


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  • There were handgrips and weights scattered on the floor.

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  • Front and rear disc brake controls are on the handgrips.

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  • The handgrips looked like the armored gloves of a medieval knight.


  • Some were rusted and the ants had eaten the handgrips.

    The Gun

  • The two thick rubber handgrips, slippery to the touch, were loose and twisted irri-tatingly beneath his hands, seeming to have no relation to the rest of the chair.

    She Closed Her Eyes

  • He remembered wheeling Henry Carwardine across the headland on his first evening at Toynton, the thick rubber handgrips twisting beneath his hand.

    She Closed Her Eyes

  • There is an interesting tendency for comfortable handgrips to have an, um, distinctive shape.

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  • The seat and handgrips are heated, and its streamlined saddlebags carry a week's worth of baggage for two people, he says.

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  • Easy to use, thanks to solid magnification range (40 to 400x), plus such features as ergonomic-minded handgrips and fine and coarse adjustment settings.

    Ooh! Paramecium!

  • This colorfully designed, kid-friendly kit included a microscope that made focusing a snap -- the magnification range is 40 to 400x, plus there's a fine-adjustment setting, padded eyepiece and ergonomic-minded handgrips.

    Ooh! Paramecium!


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