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  • adv. In a gestural fashion.


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  • "She is undoubtedly quite good, " said the free woman, -but many of her lines, I think, could have been better handled, or at least differently handled, particularly in this form of farce, more broadly, both verbally and gesturally.

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  • He moves in a curious manner, as if in a dark room, only more slowly and gesturally.


  • It will be heavily gesturally driven (yes, even more so than the iPhone), and have far more precise sensing than the current iPhone screen.

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  • What happens among the five women in "Serenade" - characteristic of the whole ballet - is an image of sisterhood, with women gesturally linking hands (and the outer women offering their hands outward as if to women who are yet to come).

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  • The extreme polish of her songs notwithstanding, Luz Rios is gesturally a rock singer, full of muscle and grit, a Mexican Ann Wilson, and she tends toward the sort of brassy, guitar-heavy ballads that were popular in the 1980s.

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  • Minority Report, whose characters performed forensic analysis using massive, gesturally driven displays.

  • The idea is to grab one, or two, or twenty of these ready-to-use boxes, running PCs with your choice of OS, and go to town with gesturally-controlled on-screen visuals.



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