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Example Sentences for "hands"

He gets a bad rash on his hands if he touches a plant he is allergic to.

The victim was stabbed in the hands and arms while trying to fight off his attacker.

The prisoners were seated on the floor with their hands bound behind their backs.

In Korea, when greeting someone, the senior person offers to shake hands first, but the junior person bows first.

Antoine Rivarol once said that ideas are a capital that bears interest only in the hands of talent.

When the band came on stage, the girls started screaming with excitement, and the boys all clamped their hands over their ears.

My mom was very clever with her hands and made almost all our clothes for us as kids.

The custom of shaking hands was imported to many African countries by British colonizers.

Supreme Court Judge Louis Brandeis once said, "We can have democracy in this country, or we can have great wealth concentrated in the hands of a few, but we can't have both.

" He walked through the crowd shaking hands and receiving congratulations on a job well done.

His voice trembled nervously, and his hands shook uncontrollably.

The ruling party suffered a crushing defeat at the hands of the left-wing party.

The custom of shaking hands was imported to many African countries by the British.

Joseph Cotter once said, "Train your head and hands to do, your head and heart to dare.

" Before a woman gets married in Bahrain, her hands and feet are painted with delicate patterns using henna, a natural dye.

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