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The answer DEXTRAL has 4 possible clues in existing crosswords. DEXTRAL is valid in some word games. (Check) See additional results below.
|Possible Crossword Clues|
|On the right|
|Start to dive, to cover bye on left or on right|
|Backmarkers in Grand National keep further to the right|
|Last Seen in these Crosswords & Puzzles|
|Apr 27 2013 New York Times|
|Apr 10 2012 The Telegraph - General Knowledge|
|Oct 8 2005 The Times - Cryptic|
|Jul 4 2004 New York Times|
|Possible Dictionary Clues|
|of or on the right side or the right hand (the opposite of|
|Of or on the right side or the right hand.|
|A right-handed person.|
|preferring to use right foot or hand or eye|
|of or on the right|
|Of, relating to, or located on the right side right.|
|Zoology Of or relating to a gastropod shell that coils clockwise and has its aperture to the right when facing the observer with the apex upward.|
Sinistral and dextral, in some scientific fields, are the two types of chirality ("handedness") or relative direction.|
* The terms are derived from the Latin words for "left" (sinister) and "right" (dexter).
* Other disciplines have different terms (such as dextro- and laevo-rotary, in chemistry, or clockwise and anticlockwise in physics) or simply use left and right (as in anatomy).
* Relative direction and chirality are distinct concepts. Relative direction is from the point of view of the observer. A completely symmetrical object has a left and a right side, from the observer's point of view, if the top and bottom and direction of observation are defined. Chirality, however, is observer-independent: no matter how one looks at a right-hand screw thread, it remains different from a left-hand screw thread. Therefore, a symmetrical object has sinistral and dextral directions arbitrarily defined by the position of the observer, while an object that has chirality can have sinistral and dextral