Professor William Stirling has hem elaborating his views on the handsnaEfc in his lecture to children at the C 3 Institution xn London r "There utiß ly as man/Tunds of handshakes as tW. "There , 8 the hearty shake, the.sS thetic shake, the formal shake,:thS finger shake, an dthe thistledown en X at the height of the shoulder. TheieZ the cold hand and there is the hot haM the hand that is moist and hand that is more like a flipper organ of pretensions. There. is the tender pressure and the vigorous, squeeze, ancl the frigid extension- as,if one w£ submitting to a painful operation* -V true handshake is like a quarrel Tor "»' marriage. It takes, two to make it Two s hands meeting in a sympathetic grasp with just enough pressure tOßugttJt welcome without inflicting '.'discomfort— that is the real Handshake.",' '";::'
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HANDSHAKES., Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 65, 17 March 1909
HANDSHAKES. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 65, 17 March 1909
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