Gloves

  • (noun): Handwear: covers the hand and wrist.
    Synonyms: glove

Some articles on gloves, glove:

Lacrosse Glove
... Lacrosse gloves are heavily-padded, protective gloves worn by men's lacrosse players ... The gloves are designed to protect players' hands, wrists, and forearms from checks, or legal defensive hitting common in the sport ... Gloves consist of thick padding on the back of the hand and forearm covered in leather or canvas material, and a palm area made of synthetic and mesh material ...
Air-free Technique - Glovebox
... A glove bag uses the same idea, but is usually a poorer substitute because it is more difficult to purge, and less well sealed ... Inventive ways of accessing items beyond the reach of the gloves exist, such as the use of tongs and strings ... itself, and limited dexterity wearing the gloves ...
List Of Chuck Gadgets - Equipment - Tranquilizer Gloves
... Chuck makes use of "tranquilizer gloves" in "Chuck Versus the Suitcase", which emit an unspecified gas on contact with a target that causes unconsciousness within a few ... Although less conspicuous than his tranq gun, the gloves do not act as quickly ... It is also unclear whether the gloves are coated with the tranquilizer, or actually vent it on contact ...
The Golden Gloves Story
... The Golden Gloves Story is a 1950 American film directed by Felix E ... boxer Nick Martel as he competes in the Golden Gloves tournament ...
Pelota Mixteca - Gloves, Balls, and Variations
... The large gloves, which are usually studded with nails, weigh between 3–6 kg (7-12 lbs) ... Although the ball was traditionally made of wool, a wide variety of materials are used today The most commonly played game uses a ball made of rubber rolled with stocking thread, and fitted with a suede outer lining ...

Famous quotes containing the word gloves:

    I saw her hand, she has a leathern hand,
    A freestone-colored hand. I verily did think
    That her old gloves were on, but ‘twas her hands.
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)