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Also a combination of planticular locomotion, hind feet that can swivel, and extremely creepy/dextrous little fingers.
The San Francisco Giants ace broke the little finger on his pitching hand when fielding a comebacker in spring training.
Who knows what kinds of diseases 6-year-olds carry on their grubby little fingers?
President Donald Trump’s tiny little fingers kept imposing on Melania’s hand space, and her hand was not here for it.
And shame on you for wagging your judgemental little fingers at IVF - a miracle that has allowed legions of loving people, both straight and gay, to fulfil their dream of having children.
How about christening a mojito with a little finger lime juice?
Making the signature gesture of the Texas Longhorn football team, a clenched fist with the index finger and little finger extended.
The journalists asked if the girls could wrap Papa around their little fingers.
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: the finger that is farthest from your thumb
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