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  • n  grasping and shaking a person's hand (as to acknowledge an introduction or to agree on a contract)

  • The coins showed President Jefferson on one side and a symbolic handclasp on the reverse.
  • Each had held its last separate meeting before their 800 delegates gathered to witness the handclasp of union by their presidents.
  • It may have coaxed a cheer from onlookers, but last week's RabinArafat handclasp was a trifle stiff.

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