Clenched+hand

  • 1 hand — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} noun 1 part of the body ADJECTIVE ▪ left, right ▪ beautiful, delicate, long fingered, pretty, slender ▪ mani …

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  • 2 Hand of God (art) — The hand as an isolated motif. Fresco from Sant Climent de Taüll in Catalonia …

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  • 3 clenched fist — noun a hand with the fingers clenched in the palm (as for hitting) • Syn: ↑fist • Hypernyms: ↑hand, ↑manus, ↑mitt, ↑paw …

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  • 4 Hand — For other uses, see Hand (disambiguation). Hand Palmar and Dorsal aspects of human left hand Latin manus Vein …

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  • 5 Child with Toy Hand Grenade in Central Park — Diane Arbus Child with Toy Hand Grenade in Central Park, New York City (1962) Child with Toy Hand Grenade in Central Park, New York City, USA (1962) is a famous photograph by Diane Arbus. The photo shows a boy, with the left strap of his jumper… …

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  • 6 Saint Sophia Cathedral in Novgorod — The Cathedral of St. Sophia (the Holy Wisdom of God) in the Kremlin (or Detinets) in Novgorod the Great is the cathedral church of the Archbishop of Novgorod and the mother church of the Novgorodian Eparchy. HistoryThe 38 metre high, five domed,… …

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  • 7 fist — [fist] n. [ME < OE fyst, akin to Ger faust (OHG fūst), prob. < IE * pṇksti < ? base * penkwe, FIVE, in sense “clenched five (fingers)”] 1. a hand with the fingers closed tightly into the palm, as for hitting; clenched hand 2. Informal a) …

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  • 8 fist — (Roget s IV) n. Syn. clenched hand, clenched fist, hand, clutch, clasp, grasp, grip, hold, vise, mitt*, duke*, paw* …

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  • 9 der-1 (: dōr-, der-) or dōr- : dǝr- —     der 1 (: dōr , der ) or dōr : dǝr     English meaning: hand span, *hands     Deutsche Übersetzung: ‘spanne der Hand”     Material: Gk. δῶρον “palm, span of the hand” (measurement of length), ὀρθόδωρον “ the distance from the wrist to the… …

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  • 10 fist — n 1. clenched hand, Sl. (usu. pi.) duke, Brit. Dial. nieve; Inf. hand, Sl. mitt, Sl. paw. v 2. clench, grip, grasp, clasp, clutch; grab, seize, put an iron grip on …

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  • 11 unclasp — Date: 1530 transitive verb 1. to open the clasp of 2. to open or cause to be opened (as a clenched hand) intransitive verb to loosen a hold …

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  • 12 Teesri Manzil — Infobox Film name =Teesri Manzil image size = 180 px caption = director =Vijay Anand producer =Nasir Hussain writer =Nasir Hussain narrator = starring =Shammi Kapoor Asha Parekh music =R. D. Burman cinematography =N Srinivas editing =Vijay Anand… …

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  • 13 Fistmele — Fistmele, also known as the Brace height, is an older term used in archery to describe the correct distance (about seven inches) between a bow and its string. [ [http://www.thefreedictionary.com/fistmele Fistmele] at [http://www.thefreedictionary …

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  • 14 backfist — /bak fist /, n. a karate punch with the back of a clenched hand. [BACK1 + FIST1] * * * …

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  • 15 fistlike — adjective Resembling a fist (clenched hand) …

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  • 16 fist — n. Clenched hand …

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  • 17 backfist — /bak fist /, n. a karate punch with the back of a clenched hand. [BACK1 + FIST1] …

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  • 18 made a fist — clenched his hand into the shape of a fist (in anger and/or in readiness to punch someone) …

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  • 19 Types of gestures — Gestures are a form of body language or non verbal communication.Although some gestures, such as the ubiquitous act of pointing, differ little from one place to another, most gestures do not have invariable or universal meanings, having specific… …

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  • 20 Salute — This article is about the gesture. For other uses, see Salute (disambiguation). A salute is a gesture or other action used to display respect. Salutes are primarily associated with armed forces, but other organizations and civil people also use… …

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