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The ability to move the thumb into contact with the other fingers across the palm of the hand.
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Bharuch (Gujarat) [India] December 3 ( ANI ): Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday said the Congress Party opposes the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) just for the sake of opposing and is envious of them.
A significant percentage of Israeli Arabs oppose intermarriage between Jews and Arabs, according to a new poll held by the Statnet research center which specializes in the Arab sector.
Among Hispanic voters, 39 percent support required cooperation, and 48 percent oppose it.
Washington, Dhu-AlQa'dah 8, 1437, Aug 11, 2016, SPA -- Hillary Clinton says she opposes the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade deal and will oppose it as president, dpa reported.
They oppose it when in opposition and propose it when they are in government." The GST bill was on Friday moved in the Lok Sabha for consideration amid stiff resistance by several Opposition parties, even as Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said it is a "win-win" measure and states have nothing to fear.
Would you support or oppose building more windfarms?
Global Banking News-March 1, 2013--Britain to oppose EU plan to cap banker bonuses(C)2013 ENPublishing - http://www.enpublishing.co.uk
Summary: Sources said the UPA chairperson had opposed the government bid to dilute the RTI Act as it could have fuelled a campaign by civil society to oppose the move.
"In particular, the judiciary has never opposed, and does not oppose, a referendum."
Exactly half (50%) say they favor a public insurance option, but most (61%) would oppose reducing payments to Medicare providers.
1 : to disagree with or disapprove of <They oppose the proposed changes.>
A majority of Americans oppose a proposal to expand the Clean Water Act, according to a new nationwide survey released by the National Center for Public Policy Research.