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“The pianist responds to the wave of sound, pounding out a shout chorus of huge, double-fisted chords.”
“And, indeed, he immediately filled that void—hitting a game-winning homer against the hated Cardinals in his debut game, then bounding out of the dugout for a double-fisted curtain call.”
“It transpires that he's a heavy-footed American basher with a big serve, a big forehand and a substantial double-fisted backhand to boot.”
“Players like Mr. Nadal and fellow Spaniard Carlos Moya, who stay glued to the baseline with big forehands and double-fisted backhands, have abandoned the heavy, thick-gripped weapons of the past that players such as Pete Sampras and John McEnroe favored.”
“She sprinted down the aisle to the next, swung around the corner with the gun in a double-fisted grip.”
“Hurley was about to topple him when a double-fisted hammer strike landed between his shoulder blades.”
“I don't train in the offseason, and I'm ready the first day," explains wily French veteran Fabrice Santoro, who hits double-fisted off both sides.”
“On Monday, the double-fisted Mesrine duo hit DVD and Blu-ray.”
“An old man at his battery - charged devotions, double-fisted on the six-volt fence.”
“He was one of the first to use the double-fisted backhand.”
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