To shake hands

Related to To shake hands: handshake
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We have hardly had time to shake hands, Barbara,' says Kit.
I had not told him exactly when I meant to leave, and was not likely to shake hands with him again before departing.
And here the two brothers gave each other a hug, and then they held out the two hands that were free, to shake hands with her.
After that, HH the Emir went to shake hands with Their Excellencies members of the Bulgarian official delegation and senior officials.
The woman told interrogators that shortly after the lift started moving upwards, according to records, the 26-year-old Pakistani operator extended his arm wanting to shake hands with her in September.
The Polish first lady went straight to shake hands with Melania Trump, as news cameras captured and the president's beaming smile turned into a frown within seconds.
Merkel then appeared to ask the President if he wanted to shake hands, which is customary in photo ops, but Trump simply did not respond.
SWITZERLAND: Educators in Switzerland are dealing with a religious question following a case of two Muslim students in one city who are no longer required to shake hands with teachers.
The boys had refused to shake hands with their female teachers because they said their religious beliefs prohibited them from touching members of the opposite sex.
The German insisted he had simply forgotten to shake hands in the heat of the moment as he went to his players to celebrate their late equaliser and thank the fans.
After a last-minute Liverpool equaliser Klopp, who refused to shake hands with Baggies boss Tony Pulis, led his players onto the pitch to salute the fans.
Haqiqatpur said the circumstances were not yet right to shake hands with any US president.