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ambidextrous

am buh dek struhs

  • a  equally skillful with each hand
    an ambidextrous surgeon
  • s  marked by deliberate deceptiveness especially by pretending one set of feelings and acting under the influence of another

  • Even while eating, he seems to be multitasking; ambidextrous, he switches his fork back and forth throughout the meal and uses whichever hand is free to gesture or scribble notes.
  • Yet these are but fine distinctions in Washington, where the firm is considered one of the most ambidextrous in the business, the ultimate supermarket of influence peddling.
  • Kenwood's Here2Anywhere receiver for Sirius is ambidextrous: you buy separate fittings to use it in the car or at home.
Quotes

  • Joe Torre in MLB.com
    Helton doesn't strikeout three times in a ballgame, I don't care if you're ambidextrous,Torre said.
  • Drew Neitzel in SportingNews.com
    Ever since I was a little kid, my dad worked with me on both hands -- whether it was eating or brushing my teeth,Neitzel said. "I've been kind of ambidextrous since I was little kid. It's not natural. I work on it a lot. I'm naturally...
  • Channing Crowder in MiamiHerald.com
    You're making that [dude] sound like he's ambidextrous or something,teammate Channing Crowder joked with reporters who didn't know Brown is a southpaw.

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