from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Employing two hands. See dactylology.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Same as two-handed


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  • As for the new NFL kickoff rule that places the ball on the 35 and is intended to cut down on injuries, D.A. writes, "With all the protections now legislated, professional football is well on the way to becoming two-hand touch with personal seat licenses."

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  • As a matter of fact, changeable tip fly lines for two-hand rods have changed the sport of fly fishing for steelhead as much as the adoption of the two-hand rods themselves.

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  • Orlando ran off nine straight points, capped by a two-hand dunk by Howard on a fast-break pass zipped down the middle from Anthony Johnson.

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  • He had a beautiful bounce pass, through four Raptors defenders, to Blatche for a layup, and came soaring down the lane to rebound a Lewis miss for a two-hand dunk that gave them a 47-42 lead at the break.

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  • Chris Evert still remains a model for two-hand technique.

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  • Ballou's 6-foot-7, 265-pound junior tackle, who is primed to be the Knights 'biggest recruit - both literally and figuratively - since All-Met defensive tackle Marvin Austin, who graduated in 2007, seemed to have no business playing 7-on-7, which features a quarterback and six receivers playing two-hand touch.

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  • But getting pedis are just one of the outings the 'Wives made this week to talk about pressing matters such as whether Tareq was wrong about Lolly, moving to McLean, and Michaele's clearly sociopathic two-hand handshake.

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  • Benny jumped to his feet and backed away, and as he did so, he almost unconsciously took the handle of the wooden sword into the proper two-hand grip.

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  • He raised it over his head and brought it down in a powerful two-hand swing onto the metal rail.

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  • Tom raised his sword in a formal two-hand grip and waited until Benny finished making faces and did the same.

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