Results showed that the act of shaking hands
was as important when people interacted virtually through the robot as when they met face-toface.
Those shaking hands
with Mr Darling are understood to have been rebuked by other mosque visitors, who shouted that he has "blood on his hands".
Tomorrow the players from Liverpool and United will be shaking hands
for no one else but the sake of the Hillsborough families, and they should see that and rise above anything else that may stop them from doing so.
Footballers do it because they are told to but watch the disinterested faces as they file past each other shaking hands
as if they were slapping a dead herring and you do wonder about its purpose.
Other women believe that shaking hands
between men and women is totally forbidden in or outside of Yemen.
Summary: Carlo Ancelotti is a firm believer in the practice of shaking hands
with opposing managers and will do so after the game with Mark Hughes.
I usually don't always like shaking hands
because I don't like germs, and I know that the handshake is one of the fastest ways to move them along.
MY friend and I had the pleasure of shaking hands
with both Charlton Heston and his wife Lydia.
ENI -- Religious leaders in Uganda are backing government efforts in fighting Ebola by discouraging followers from shaking hands
or embracing during greeting.
The Albanian media - and international websites - are buzzing with a video showing Bush's wristwatch apparently disappearing while he was shaking hands
with people in Fushe Kruje, 15 miles north of Tirana.
I played football for many years and if somebody had kicked me in the face I wouldn't have been shaking hands
How you get there is down to you but I do believe in the etiquette of shaking hands
after the game regardless of who you play against.
And as for this fuss about Wenger and Mourinho not shaking hands
, who the hell cares whether they shake hands or share a tender, lingering kiss at the end of the game?
After shaking hands
, the gesture of placing the right hand to the heart is a greeting with respect or sincerity.
Even something like shaking hands
with a person of the opposite sex is viewed negatively by some Arabs (mostly extremists) unless body language implies otherwise.