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ambidextrous

[¦am·bə¦dek·strəs]
(physiology)
Capable of using both hands with equal skill.
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However, it may also be related to the fact that thinking and acting ambidextrously requires a strategic vision, which is a characteristic of top management, but that may not be present at all organizational levels.
By configuring alliance portfolio ambidextrously, a firm is able to simultaneously engage in different learning modes based on the relatedness of the resources.
The word scrinia points ambidextrously to elegy's obsessions with writing, cosmetics, and 'making up' women.
Another two right-handed signers used the hammer ambidextrously.
For the ambidextrously ambitious artist (I'm a lefty so I have learned to work with both hands), the mouse and pen can be used in tandem.
Simple enough, until the game introduces longer, coordination boggling moves in which players must ambidextrously hold and release buttons in sync with the arrows tied to them.
Before long they were trying to figure out how to coexist with the Romans, with their famous appetites for play, and with the early Christians, who evolved from both traditions and were thus inclined to ambidextrously borrow from and reject elements, depending on whether it was in the interest of the leadership to identify with or separate from one of the groups.