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His latest middle finger to New Jerseyans is blowing $85,000 of taxpayer dollars on his official portrait, which is more than his three predecessors combined, according to NorthJersey.com.
Speaking of sticking it in peoples' eyes, the Libby pardon also functions as a middle finger to the Bush clan.
The bone, from an adult and most likely a middle finger, was found in 2016 about 340 miles (550 kilometers) southeast of the Sinai Peninsula.
Briskman gestures with her middle finger as a motorcade with U.S. President Donald Trump departs Trump National Golf Course October 28, 2017 in Sterling, Virginia.
Tax cuts play well here and, in an area in which talking up NAFTA is the equivalent of giving someone the middle finger, his recent trade sanctions are almost uniformly seen as a long overdue defense of American manufacturing.
The teen was sitting inside the Chevy with his hands up when part of his left middle finger was shot off without warning seconds after Walter tapped on his window with his service weapon, Wilson testified.
The Orioles have a shortage of starting pitching and could use considerable depth while the Twins are looking for help after learning starter Ervin Santana will miss extended time after having surgery on his middle finger.
Moving one of the two tendons that bend the middle finger of his injured hand to the index finger won’t harm the former, Davis said, but could require retraining the latter.
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Definition of middle finger for English Language Learners
: the long finger that is the middle one of the five fingers of the hand
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