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handshay king

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

  • Germany's largest tabloid daily, Bild Zeitung, recently denounced handshaking in a front-page story, declaring that "not only is handshaking unhygienic and impractical but it also .
  • She was the first up and last to bed, handshaking her way through county fairs and college campuses, just plain outworking her opponent.
  • After an initial round of handshaking, he and his close aides disappeared from view, at least in the opinion of many department lawyers.
News & Articles

  • Local government officials face re-election
    GOSHEN -- The new year has arrived, and with it comes the promise of campaign signs in the yard, vigorous handshaking and impassioned stump speeches as election year 2014 gets underway. With a new election season now upon us, the Elkhart County Elect
    Jan. 5, 2014 - Goshen News

  • Ian Paisley in BBC News
    Speaking about the handshake, Mr Paisley said: "It's not handshaking we want, it's decision-making we want. It's not acting like two actors to impress people, the people are looking for results. We could shake hands 24 hours a day, but if we don't...
  • Shani Davis in Outsports.com
    He was asked about the "brouhaha" he went through with Chad Hedrick (though Hedrick's name wasn't used) and Davis said he assumes it is over due to "handshaking and a little bit of hugging and kissing and making up."

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