To shake hands

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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.
'The first thing in a visit is to say "How d'ye do?" and shake hands!' 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.
Lahore -- Chief Minister Punjab Usman Buzdar, in response to a question over forgetting to shake hands with IG Punjab Javed Saleemi, has said he was not much trained and learning the 'discipline' gradually.
Livi's triumphant players were deemed to have tried to taunt Steven Gerrard's side as Morelos and some of his Ibrox team-mates declined to shake hands with their opponents at the end of the match.
In the documentary "( Queen of the World, " Princess Anne explained that in the past, they weren't allowed to shake hands with royal fans because if they shook the hand of one person, they have to shake the hands of everyone else.
TO shake or not to shake hands has become a crucial question for Muslims in Europe.
A Swedish Muslim woman, whose job interview was ended after she refused to shake hands with a male interviewer due to her faith, has won a compensation.
After that, HH the Emir went to shake hands with Their Excellencies members of the Bulgarian official delegation and senior officials.
Summary: Defendant extended his arm wanting to shake hands with the woman, then tried to hug her
When asked to shake hands by reporters and photographers, Trump and Merkel remained stationary.