ambidexter


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ambidexter

(ˌæmbɪˈdɛkstə)
n
someone who is ambidextrous
adj
ambidextrous
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Both Alphonsus and Edmund Ironside contain references to the vice, Ambidexter, from Preston's Cambises (1569), another feature more likely in Elizabethan works.
We are presenting a 71-year-old male, a retired high-school teacher of Serbian language, an ambidexter. The first symptoms the patient described included inability to recognize numbers, read newspapers and use the phone.
Distribution and reproduction of Ambidexter panamense and Palaemonetes schmitti in Pacific Costa Rica (Crustacea, Decapoda).
(87) For that reason, in the final scene of the play Preston emphasizes both the peoples growing disapproval of Cambises's behavior ("There is a sorte for feare, for the King doo pray: / That would have him dead, by the masse I dare say," revealingly says the Vice, Ambidexter, in a direct address to the audience; 11.1139-40) (88) and the king's solitude when, accidentally wounded to death on mounting his horse, he vainly seeks help: "Is there nought to be my help?
(23) Here we might think of Dame Chat and Scapethrift from Gammer Gurton's Needle; of Ambidexter, the Vice, from Cambyses; and of such figures as Master Lust, Inclination, Greedy-Gut, and Trust in The Trial of Treasure.
Laterality Quotient (LQ) was calculated from the following formula for each participant LQ= 100 x (R-L / R+L) and subjects having + 30 or highei scores were accepted as righthanded, subjects having scores between +30 and -30 were accepted as ambidexter and subjects having -30 or lower scores were accepted as lefthanded.
Ambidexter was a famous Vice from the morality play tradition and the ubiquitous connection of the mass with theatricality made the theater a perfect medium through which to mount a veiled attack on the transubstantiation.
intermediei 0-24m Processidae Processa peruviana 16-180m Ambidexter panamensis 0-10m Pandalidae Heterocarpus vicarius 62-800m Pantomus affinis 3-120m (712-744m) (1) Plesionika mexicana 4-258m B.
(22) Thus deployed, the ambidexter logic of promotion, sensationalizing supposed facts of experience as it authenticates and legitimizes sensational narrative, undertakes to capitalize on the nascent market for mass print culture--and as such provides a troublesome precedent for linking biography to specifically literary or more broadly cultural representativeness in analyses of Ridge's novel.
Mas cercana a su etimologia, ambidexter, es la primera, ambidextro, pero actualmente es de uso mas frecuente ambidiestro: Aunque era zurdo, habia logrado ser ambidiestro para muchas actividades.
The renowned Ambidexter moulded from earth the likeness of a modest maiden, by Kronos' son's design.
The fraudulent lawyers Avarus and Ambidexter and the servant Roger, especially in the interpolated passage in the 1573 edition, where Roger contemplates a criminal career, invoke the popular rogue literature of the 1550s and 1560s.