In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1two-handed sword — mandoble masculine
- two-handed backhand — revés a dos manos
- two-handed saw — tronzador
- She did a little victory dance that ended in a two-handed high five between her and Will.
- A longer 7-foot blank and a two-handed grip provided more authority for the demanding drill of reaching out and covering water.
- Kids also did better on narrow bridges if they switched their method of holding the handrail during a crossing, such as going from a one-handed grip facing frontward to a two-handed grip facing sideways.
- This weapon is prayer, which, she wrote, ‘is as sure as my two-handed backhand.
- Testicular examination of the infant and young child requires a two-handed technique.
- The floating two-handed underhand lay-up: Can be used by a hard driving guard coming down the lane in front of a closely defended basket.
- Everyone else in the tournament shot two-handed as the rules allowed.
- The dude, a little guy who had done nothing the entire game, took a two-handed set shot from three and banked it in, hard.
- They lunged at each other again, both wielding their swords two-handed.
- I have short fingers and not much working time with double stack .45s, and with a two-handed grip, my thumbs crowded the slide stop.
- Like two-handed set shots and too-short shorts, quality depth and size have all but vanished from college basketball.
- I grew up in the days of the two-handed set shot and was taught to square your shoulders to the basket in launching that shot.
- Grasping the solidified handle in a tight two-handed grip, she held her weapon in front of herself, glaring at her opponent in unveiled defiance.
- The grip frame has finger groves, and the front of the trigger guard is flat with horizontal serrations to facilitate a two-handed combat grip.
- Held in a two-handed grip, the laminated blades slashed and parried at an incredible speed, meeting with abrupt smacks of wood on wood, but always under control.
- Without warning, Anubis stopped the blade, once again got a two-handed grip on it, and slashed it down at Set.
- I did ‘take a hit’ on my left thumb, on the second shot, while attempting to use a two-handed grip.
- Until then, only the two-handed set shot and hook shots were being used on the perimeter.
- Someone should have told him that the two-handed pistol grip, as applied to every TV cop flick, is a post-war technique.
- For a moment, he was tempted to draw the weapon in his holster and shoot two-handed.
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