ambidextrous


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Synonyms for ambidextrous

not being what one purports to be

Synonyms for ambidextrous

equally skillful with each hand

marked by deliberate deceptiveness especially by pretending one set of feelings and acting under the influence of another

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Using this concept, we theorize about its contingent (moderating) role in the relationship between ambidextrous governance and performance dimensions.
DOMO L1 mouse will gain its traction due to its ambidextrous nature, comfortable grip and stylish looks.
And ambidextrous youngsters of 15 or 16 ran twice the risk of having symptoms of attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder.
Lead researchers Maria Magat and Culum Brown at Macquarie University in Sydney, Australia, worked with eight species of Australian parrot, some of which are primarily left-biased - gang-gang cockatoos, for instance, are 100 per cent left-footed - others right-biased and the rest "ambidextrous".
Featuring a sleek, ambidextrous design with chrome accents, the Wireless Mobile Mouse 6000 introduces Microsoft's first nano transceiver.
"Someone's degree of handedness should influence how strongly they show a preference for their dominant side: Strongly handed people (whether left or right) should show a stronger preference, and weakly handed people, close to ambidextrous, should show a weaker preference.
The friendly guys were clearly at home on the range, but the best bit was seeing my ambidextrous server handle the salt and vinegar like a Clint Eastwood gunslinger - he fired both condiments at once and made my day.
"It's been augmented this year with the Deltoid Axillary Protector, which is an ambidextrous add-on to protect the shoulder and arm."
I think it is important for left-handers to shoot firearms that are either totally ambidextrous or are designed for left-handers because you want the ejection port away from your face in the rare case of a catastrophic failure.
No longer restricted to creating in "art" formats, we're evolving into contextually ambidextrous creatures increasingly adept at producing goods tailored to the packaging requirements of each specific context.
She also contributed the "Leonardo, Left-handed Draftsman and Writer." Many other ambidextrous or left-handed Renaissance artists are cited.
For ambidextrous comfort, Microsoft introduces Wireless Optical Mouse with a new three-button design in three vibrant colors, Metallic Red, Periwinkle and Steel Blue, and one graphic, Blue Moon.
Doctors who looked at 11,000 post-menopausal women found that those who were left-handed or ambidextrous had a higher risk for the cancer.
And since this cheeky film comes from sexually ambidextrous director Gregg Araki (The Living End, Nowhere), you can rest assured that the two male dreamboats will share one hot kiss--on a dare from Robinson, of course.
Sefton Blake, trained by Michael Meagher, is taken to land the Derek Charles Audi Conditional Jockeys' Selling Handicap Hurdle (1.00), and at Ludlow the versatile Ambidextrous, from the Eric Alston yard, can win the Shropshire Building Supplies Conditional Jockeys' Handicap Hurdle (1.10).