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The two men came against each other in grips, and almost before he had exerted himself the Irishman found himself in the merciless vise of a half-Nelson that buried him head and shoulders in the snow.
'Here's money!' said Barnaby, chinking it in his hand, 'money for a treat, Grip!'
Pincers and hammers, mallets and chisels would not get it out of my grip; no, nor lions' claws; the soul from out of my body first!"
All the bystanders waited anxiously to see the end of the case, and presently both man and woman came back at even closer grips than before, she with her petticoat up and the purse in the lap of it, and he struggling hard to take it from her, but all to no purpose, so stout was the woman's defence, she all the while crying out, "Justice from God and the world!
Some point out that John Moses Browning did not originally incorporate a grip safety into his design.
Many players vouch for the vertical grip to be better than the thumb grip, however the thumb grip secures this position for its versatility.
Beyond the effort to master fundamentals, each shooter would tweak their pistol's grip to make its portability more consistent and to defeat the pistol's attempt to torque in the hand under recoil.
With the press of a button, the patented spring-loaded finger extension drops down, converting a two-finger compact grip into a controllable three-finger grip.
Take your normal grip and hold the club in a light-but-controlled tension level, but as you make your short-game swing down through impact, increase your grip pressure.
Power Lab Model 26T along with Hand Grip Transducer as hardware and Lab tutor as software were selected to get Grip Force values for each participant.
The E5 series provides flexibility in grip adjustment to overcome door tolerance inconsistency and permanent gasket setting.
Low grip strength was greatly associated with both cardiometabolic diseases and physical disabilities in middle-age to older adults, both men and women, said the findings, published in the Journals of Gerontology.