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