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used in Fearless

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to control; or to be most influential, powerful, abundant, important, or conspicuous
  • In particular, their jockeying for alpha male dominance in basketball had led to the planning of a future one-on-one tournament to settle the score.
    p. 241.4
  • For the next few months, which Adam spent alternating between doctors' appointments and his ongoing training cycles, the ophthalmology staff fought to restore the sight in his injured dominant eye.
    p. 169.6
  • In addition, Adam taught himself to shoot using his nondominant left eye.
    p. 171.6
  • Once the platoon workup was finished, Adam was cleared by Medical, having exhibited proficiency in SEAL tasks, but with the notation that he was doing so with limited vision in his dominant eye.
    p. 171.8
  • To master this demanding curriculum, Adam completely changed his shooting stance, learning to shoot left-handed so as to best accommodate his nondominant eye.
    p. 183.4
  • Because now both his dominant eye and his dominant hand were a mess.
    p. 195.9
  • Because now both his dominant eye and his dominant hand were a mess.
    p. 195.9
  • And even though he had used both his nondominant eye and his left hand, pulling the trigger as a sniper was a slow, deliberate move, unlike what he would need to do when faced with split-second decisions in the realistic combat testing of Green Team.
    p. 196.2
  • "We teach our guys to shoot with their off hand in case their good one is injured in battle, so I've seen a lot of guys try and shoot non-dominant hand.
    p. 196.9
  • He was impressed by the way Adam had described being shot in the eye as merely a "ding" and was aware that he had passed Sniper School—just missing being the honor graduate—while shooting left-handed with his nondominant eye.
    p. 199.9

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