ambidextrous in A Sentence

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    I wonder how the truly Ambidextrous feel?

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    Ambidextrous love affair.

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    Ambidextrous, beaded cuff and smooth external finish.

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    Do you have any friends who are Ambidextrous?

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    Or do you know someone who is Ambidextrous?

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    (Notably, Ambidextrous people would break the pattern for some types of thinking, but not others.).

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    The people of Timor drive on the right in East Timor and the left in West Timor… Ambidextrous drivers.

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    So modest. You're gonna have to be on the team, especially since you're Ambidextrous.

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    Is Ambidextrous leadership simply an updated version of the old catchphrase‘a jack of all trades and a master of none'?

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    More specifically, that you can“teach” someone to use their non-dominant hand, and become Ambidextrous.

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    Unless you're Ambidextrous, you probably prefer to use one hand over the other.

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    The game's settings allow you to play with two hands or a single left or right hand, making the controls customizable and Ambidextrous.

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    Despite being a lefty, Mulan is seen brandishing her sword in her right hand, so she may technically be Ambidextrous.

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    Interesting facts about them is that this is India's one and only'Ambidextrous' school, which has around 300 students who write using both hands together at the same time.

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    I'm not Ambidextrous, but I can scribble with my left, so I recalled October 3, 1976, and scribbled my hurt and shame onto the paper.

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    Although it is quite uncommon, in badminton, Ambidextrous players are able to switch the racquet between their hands, often to get to the awkward backhand corner quickly.

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    In rugby league and rugby union being Ambidextrous is an advantage when it comes to passing the ball between teammates as well as being able to use both feet by the halves is an advantage in gaining field position by kicking the ball ahead.

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    Ambidextrous describes someone who is equally skilful at using both hands.

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    However, it's interesting to note that 4 our of the last 7 Presidents have been left handed and Ronald Reagan may have been left handed, but was taught to use his right from his youth, so ended up being considered Ambidextrous.

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