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It still embraces a truly ambidextrous design and allows players to switch sensor sensitivity on the fly.
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He worked until those clever ambidextrous hands lost the cunning to work out the forms his active brain could still conceive.
LITERARY NEW YORKCHARLES HEMSTREET
He is painting at a small easel and working in quite a wonderful manner, for he is ambidextrous.
LITERARY NEW YORKCHARLES HEMSTREET
Man was once, in his childhood on earth, what Charles Reade wanted him again to be in his maturer centuries, ambidextrous.
FALLING IN LOVEGRANT ALLEN
Because it has been found that children trained on Ambidextrous lines develop neurotic symptoms.
FEMINISM AND SEX-EXTINCTIONARABELLA KENEALY
It is seldom that one in this world sees his way to being so adroitly ambidextrous.
CAMPS, QUARTERS AND CASUAL PLACESARCHIBALD FORBES
Altogether the proportion of normal left-handed and ambidextrous persons was 6.2 per cent.
THE CRIMINALHAVELOCK ELLIS
He walked with bare feet, using both hands (for he was ambidextrous) to draw round him a red embroidered cloth.
A LITERARY HISTORY OF THE ARABSREYNOLD NICHOLSON
He was ambidextrous, but required both hands at once for his work.
THE ROMANCE OF LEONARDO DA VINCIDMITRY SERGEYEVICH MEREZHKOVSKY
Inquiry should be made as to whether the patient is right or left handed, or ambidextrous.
AIDS TO FORENSIC MEDICINE AND TOXICOLOGYW. G. AITCHISON ROBERTSON

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