JINST author manual pdatex can be used, but not with the publishedoption. Also remember that pdatex with \pdfoutput1implies that you are using gures in JINST Author Instructions. The JINST article templates (in LaTeX2e and Word formats) are available at: Detailed instructions for authors can be found in the JINST Author Manual. In the Submit section of the JINST home page click on submit an article for a special issue and choose Jun 02, 2010 Describe any activities requiring manual dexterity (e.
g. activities requiring handeye coordination such as crossstitching, sewing, art, crafts, playing musical instruments, auto repair, etc. ) at which you are proficient. manual dexterity definition: someone's ability to use the hands to perform a difficult action skilfully and quickly so that it looks easy. Learn more. Manual Dexterity. Manual dexterity involves the development of handeye coordination and very fine motor control. Imagine the level of care and precision required in certain activities, hobbies and professions that involve small, meticulous actions with your hands, such as sewing, painting and playing a musical instrument.
Wikipedia explains that manual dexterity is used to describe fine motor skills that require extensive coordination between the various parts of the hands and the eyes.
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