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“She gave me a quick one-finger handshake and said: "One more meeting and that is it -- I am tired.”
“Designer Lukas Mathias has thoroughly detailed the differences in iPhone and Android one-finger typing.”
“The troops, looking wistfully at all this ripe young stuff running around loose that they could not get into, and remembering the old days when civilian girls were not allowed — and did not desire — to speak to soldiers on the street in broad daylight let alone at night in a bar, gave them back the old one-finger salute of the clenched fist jabbing the stiff middle finger into the air.”
“I intend to follow the example of former Cleveland Browns owner Art Modell and extend, to every last Cleveland fan, the bird," an angry James had said, smirking into the camera and offering the one-finger salute.”
“So with the one-finger magic of Twitter I mentioned Bernstein's link and wondered if economics might be the science of quantifying dukka.”
“Apart from political editor Michael Crick's excellent one-finger typing (30 seconds in), there were a few interesting revelations.”
“You can actually see Dinkins flip the one-finger salute in the story aired by New York 1 News.”
“Bernstein had been a concert pianist, so he could play things in a florid manner, but DeMille would stop him and ask for a stripped-down, almost one-finger rendition, so he could judge the effectiveness of the themes without musical frills.”
“Cars crept forward, horns blasted, the occasional one-finger salute was raised and returned.”
“Can you see all the Iraqis giving your guy the one-finger salute (which your "friend" will take it as a real one given his stupidity)?”
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