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1 two shyly hit it off despite their different languages, communicating with gestures and few words.
2 Gestures should be unobtrusive; your audience should focus not on the beauty or appropriateness of your gestures but on your message.
3 I take two lessons from the mouth of babes: if something is not interactive, with mouse or gestures, it is broken.
4 He envisages a future of multi-sensor interfaces that respond to everything from gestures to the emotion in a user's voice.
5 They leaned against 4203-RD and worked through their rote of tender gestures: hand-holding, modest-mouthed kisses, a giddy lowering to the ground, me an awkward weight following them down.
6 Those adolescents with empty eyesockets who people temples and museums--their philosophy has been expressed in gestures.
7 My children have Arab features and gestures, but they claim they are ‘assimilated’, a word I’ve never understood.
8 By combining familiar ICONS and visual command gestures, such as clicking a button with a mouse, the computer has become as familiar to most people as the telephone.
9 A group of human children will use all kinds of words and gestures to form goals and coordinate activities, but young chimps seem to have little interest in what may be their companions' minds.
10 They found that in response to success and failure, people from different cultures displayed the stereotypical gestures of pride and some of the components of expressions of shame.
11 He had been an officer in the navy, and, from his gestures and his voice, one divined that he sprang from the ocean, and that he came from the tempest; he carried the hurricane on into battle.
12 is based on the dancers' steps and their graceful gestures and movements.
13 Therefore, whether people are speaking or not, hand gestures merit our attention as a rich source of nonverbal behavior to help us understand the thoughts and feelings of others.
14 He had already reached out to the Israelis with smiles, friendly gestures, and his eager handshake.
15 Other gestures have potential as well.
16 Below is an example from the predefined list of gestures.
17 Also key: a firm handshake, good eye contact, and no self-pacifying gestures like fluffing your hair.
18 SixthSense' is a wearable gestural interface that augments the physical world around us with digital information and lets us use natural hand gestures to interact with that information.
19 We improvised the use of gestures, questions, and timing allocated for each section in each practice session.
20 the other hand, if certain gestures are rehearsed, such as those made to impress others, there is a tendency to separate the posture and the movements. The harmony disappears.
21 At best the actor will leave us a photograph, and nothing of what he was himself, his gestures and his silences, his gasping or his panting with love, will come down to us.
22 Other times, within a run, I learn to avoid small mistakes, repeating wasted gestures that don't hurt a single stride much but can waste energy or injure me when added up over 26.2 miles.
23 it can do so solely by means of a perpetual paradox which confers on colors the power to express the void and on daily gestures the strength to translate eternal ambitions.
24 Multi-Touch gestures are commonly use for zooming and roatating features, nothing more.
25 Start menu and taskbar ICONS are larger, and Web browsing can be done with a finger. Multitouch is also supported, with pinch and twist gestures for zooming and rotating.
26 I thought it would be a good chance for us to learn more English because we would have to imitate both the dialog and gestures of the American presidential candidates we have recently seen on TV.
27 We all know what these preening gestures mean.
28 Trump's golden quiff, bushy eyebrows and preening gestures were immortalized this week in China — though perhaps not in a way that he would like.
29 He made gestures to punctuate his speech.
30 paint has visible gestures, it is human, it moves.