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(We also preferred its previous name, the Base Grip.
"Grip is a raven for me, back in the days of the BBC.
What's more, I found on muggy days, my grip never slipped.
A pinch grip is the most secure way to hold your chef’s knife.
Even with today's tacky style grips, a glove gives you a surer grip on the club.
Once on the trail, I found the firm foam handle grip to be textured but not sticky.
The “Grip” in the name comes from the raised rubber ridges on the back of the case.
"We've got a grip of him and restrained him fully, and then just waited for the cops to come.
Since the bottom of the shoe is made entirely of rubber, they have excellent grip on icy roads and sidewalks.
That grip change takes precious time, and retreating more than six feet behind the baseline buys him that time.
But that grip loosened and ultimately faltered over the past two weeks, and Kushner decided to elevate Stepien, one Trump adviser said.
The firm foam grip was textured but not sticky and as the trail climbed and my hands got sweaty, the grip surprisingly felt more secure.
Anyone who owns a PopSockets phone grip can relate to this struggle: when the grip is attached to your phone, you can't wirelessly charge your phone.
By sliding one up after the other, first the foot grip, then, after lurching to full height in the slings, the hand grip, the climber rises up the rope.
The aluminum pole is topped by a beautifully shaped ergonomic cork handle with a hole in the center of the grip that provides a multitude of options for grip.
While the handles don’t feel as pleasing as others to hold, the grip is seamless with easy-grip ridges and the plastic means they are easier to clean than more temperamental wood.
In this new model of Presidio2 Grip, Speck has improved the patterned grip section of the case making it smoother and less rubbery, which gives the case a more comfortable grip, and works better for the overall look of the case.
More significantly, a four-year study of more than 140,000 adults in 17 countries published in the Lancet found a direct correlation between a strong grip and a lower risk of heart disease, and that grip strength was better predictor of cardiovascular disease than blood pressure.
Loose styles of wrestling, which are used in modern international competition, commence with the wrestlers separated and free to seize any grip that they choose except such as are explicitly forbidden (e.g., taking hold of an opponent’s clothing or using a life-threatening grip, such as…
- the act of grasping
- hold fast or firmly
Example: He gripped the steering wheel
- the appendage to an object that is designed to be held in order to use or move it
- to grip or seize, as in a wrestling match
- to render motionless, as with a fixed stare or by arousing terror or awe
- a portable rectangular container for carrying clothes
- the friction between a body and the surface on which it moves (as between an automobile tire and the road)
- worker who moves the camera around while a film or television show is being made
- an intellectual hold or understanding
Example: a good grip on French history
- a flat wire hairpin whose prongs press tightly together; used to hold bobbed hair in place
Example: in Britain they call a bobby pin a grip
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