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five fingers

(1) American ginseng, see there; Panax quinquefolius.  
(2) Cinquefoil, see there; Potentilla reptans.
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"Our subjects can use their extra fingers independently, similar to an additional thumb, either alone or together with the other five fingers, which makes manipulation extraordinary versatile and skilful.
The five continents were the five fingers -- each of varying size and strength.
Aguiluz, who works as an auto technician in Dammam but lives in Alkhobar said, "It has become customary for us to go fishing at Five Fingers on Thursday nights over the years and often we stay there the whole night." "Being together there binds us in a common bond, as brothers together," he added.
SM-T700 boasts 8.4-inch display size with 2560 x 1600 or 2K resolution and at least five finger touch support.
ENVIRONMENTALISTS on both sides of the divide have warned that if the uncontrolled quarrying on the Pentadaktylos (five fingers) mountain in the north does not stop soon the five peaks would start disappearing one by one.
"' P Mark Watson: "The Kit Kat, for a limited period, has five fingers: like a human hand.
Allthe five fingers of his left handwere amputated, he also suffers from injuries all over his body and his health is deteriorating due to medical negligence.
ProDigit fingers can be used to replace all five fingers (including the thumb) or any set of consecutive fingers.
He lost both legs above the knee, five fingers, his left eye and had to have most of his face reconstructed.
4:11, suggesting that Paul may have used five fingers as a way to show that the Holy is imprinted in Creation.
A FACTORY worker had five fingers chopped off by a giant rotary saw.