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- adv. In an ambidextrous manner.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In an ambidextrous manner; cunningly.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- With both hands; with the dexterity of one who can use both hands equally well.
- In a double-dealing way; cunningly.
For example, the string "ambidextrously" will never be "broken", and neither will the string "am bi dextrous ly" when the spaces are nonbreaking.
But it is with a higher class of ruffianism that France will have to deal also, and with a fierce system of robbery and jobbery which sends its agents into Government houses, and works ambidextrously with proclamations and with pistols.
Except maybe, just maybe, if the scope of the near insane rush to judgement down the slick as snot, slippery slope toward Fascism is considered in an equally glaring light of truth, the involvement of Boy Georgie, who ambidextrously, bi-handedly, with uber-partisan administrative and media help and encouragement, shared his ample piece of life's lottery pie with the
In fact when Campy was on the mound he pitched ambidextrously!
The work is for singer with electronics; Gee ambidextrously switched between two microphones, one for pops and clicks, one for pitched sounds.
The also ambidextrously labeled Apple Option and Command modifier keys are in their usual positions when in Mac mode, and they morph into Control and Alt respectively when in Windows mode on both sides of the twin spacebars.
• it's ergonomically shaped, fits the contours of the hand (ambidextrously), and has indentations on both sides for the thumb.
- on the spot, music playing, ambidextrously, talking to people.
Yo La Tengo Show of the week » Created in Hoboken, N.J., in The Salt Lake TribuneUpdated: 10/06/2009 09: 43: 07 PM MDT Multicaliber ambidextrously controllable firearm, patent No. 7,596,900, invented by Alexander J. Robinson of Salt Lake City, Darin G. Nebeker of