He was ambidextrous because he could use his left hand as well as his right hand.
He could play the trumpet with either his left or right hand because he was ambidextrous.
She could only sign the document with her right hand because she was not ambidextrous.
However, it was as of 2004 commonly believed that babies are born ambidextrous.
It is commonly estimated that about 10 percent of the human population is left-handed or ambidextrous.
I couldn't get used to them because I'm right-handed and only 1% ambidextrous (I can LOOK left with no problem).
ambidextrous mouse is like most others on first glance.
ambidextrous design makes working more comfortable, whether you mouse with your left or right hand.
In later years, his solo playing became truly ambidextrous, with a sense of danger and true improvisation with both hands.
His shows are unique in presentation and content - since Jeremy is completely ambidextrous.
I basically just adapted, thus becoming slightly ambidextrous making me even more wonderfully special!
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