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Bucket, accompanying him to the door and shaking hands with him over and over again, "what I like in you is that you're a man it's of no use pumping; that's what YOU are.
Bucket, shaking hands with him and blessing him in the tenderest manner, "it's what you DO.
Dey needn't call me worn out yet," said she, lifting her shaking hands.
He was pushed from the block toward his new master, but stopped one moment, and looked back, when his poor old mother, trembling in every limb, held out her shaking hands toward him.
he's a going to shake hands with him -- he IS shaking hands with him
There's the boat lowering now, and in five minutes we'll be shaking hands with Christian Young.
I really don't know, Monsieur Rouletabille," replied Fred, shaking hands with my friend, whom he had several times met in the course of his difficult investigations.
He was white as chalk, the candle he held in his shaking hand was sputtering onto the carpet, and his eyes, petrified with terror, or some such kindred emotion, stared fixedly over my head at a point on the further wall.
SHAKING hands before negotiations results in a better deal for both parties - even when one is represented by a robot, a study has found.
Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoy-lu on Tuesday appeared to criticize US Secretary of State John Kerry for suggesting talks with Syria's embattled President Bashar al-Assad, saying shaking hands with Assad is no different from shaking hands with atrocious leaders such as Adolf Hitler and Slobodan Milosevic.
October 16, 2014 (JUBA) -- The South Sudanese government has issued a precautionary warning to parliamentarians, advising against shaking hands, saying the decision is part of measures aimed at minimising the threat of contracting Ebola.
Better Together leader Alistair Darling's visit to Glasgow Central Mosque divided the opinions of those at Friday prayers, with some shaking hands and posing for "selfie" photographs with the Labour MP while others looked on in disapproval.