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  • 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.

    Carter: 'A Gracious And Giving Person'

  • The pianist responds to the wave of sound, pounding out a shout chorus of huge, double-fisted chords.

    A High Price to Pay for the Pursuit of a More Perfect Peterson

  • "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.

    When do tennis' top players win?

  • She sprinted down the aisle to the next, swung around the corner with the gun in a double-fisted grip.

    Sparks

  • On Monday, the double-fisted Mesrine duo hit DVD and Blu-ray.

    /Film UK - Danny Boyle’s Frankenstein, Mesrine, Zach Galligan and More | /Film

  • Hurley was about to topple him when a double-fisted hammer strike landed between his shoulder blades.

    American Assassin

  • 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.

    The Little Racket That Changed Tennis

  • She sprinted down the aisle to the next, swung around the corner with the gun in a double-fisted grip.

    Sparks

  • 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.

    Andy Murray v Sam Querrey - as it happened!

  • She sprinted down the aisle to the next, swung around the corner with the gun in a double-fisted grip.

    Sparks

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