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  • "Even in Europe, it has been barely 20 years since children are no longer required to write only with their right hand," she said, noting the French term for left-handers, "gaucher", is an insult meaning clumsy or gauche.

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  • At 60-plus, he may qualify as a sartorial genius whose idiosyncratic taste and ineffable confidence in mixing old and new clothes, and mismatching patterns and colours, completely outclasses younger men's gaucher attempts at "fashion".

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  • Zhao H, Bailey LA, Grabowski GA (2003) Enzyme therapy of gaucher disease: clinical and biochemical changes during production of and tolerization for neutralizing antibodies.

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