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Mr. Powell, playing double-stroke rolls on his toms, was insinuative; Mr. Marsalis, starting out with a fusillade on his snare, was aggressive.
Not the frivolous Selick Washinsky “vay iz mir my son has run off with a shikseh” sort of stroke—the Jewish double-stroke in which one seizure cancels out another—but the full neurological catastrophe, leaving him incapable of doing anything but smile.
Here in Los Angeles, Kate Adamson, in 1995, when she was 35 years old, she suffered a devastating double-stroke that left her paralyzed.
The linkage causes the flywheel to make two revolutions for each double-stroke of the engine piston rod B.
I use single - and double-stroke hotkeys for nearly all other commands and I operate with my Properties toolbar open invariably.