ambidexterity

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This is very desirable in many games and should be done aside from any theories as to the value of ambidexterity.

Talk about ambidexterity—Martin didn't know what it would be like to use one hand at a time.

Is there any phase of life in which ambidexterity would not be a factor of the greatest value?

And herein, I think, we find the true answer to Charles Reade's mistaken notion of the advantages of ambidexterity.

Both, as in ambidexterity, the ability to use both hands with equal ease.

WORD ORIGIN

1650s, from obsolete adjective ambidexter "two-sided, using both hands with equal facility," also "double-dealing," from Medieval Latin ambidexter (see ambidextrous) + -ity.

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