ring finger


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ring finger

the third finger, esp of the left hand, on which a wedding ring is traditionally worn
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They found players were almost exclusively more likely to have a long ring finger on their right hand compared with their index finger than a control group of other UK males.
And why the ring finger and not the little finger of the right or either of the index fingers?
In the entertainment industry, it's almost certain that anyone wearing a ring on the ring finger, especially one that looks like an engagement ring, is rumoured to be engaged.
I reckon it is a lie that has been spread by blokes with big feet and small ring fingers.
Spatial skills - the ability to assess and orientate shapes and spaces - seem to be particularly poor in people with a short wedding ring finger.
A person whose index finger is shorter than their ring finger will have received more testosterone while in the womb than a person with a longer index finger who will have had more oestrogen.
Now, everyone knows what it means to have a ring on the left ring finger and that means that he is taken.
Wellington, July 27 ( ANI ): Scarlett Johansson, who is currently dating French journalist Romain Dauriac, was once again snapped wearing a suspect band on her engagement ring finger.
The fact that her ring finger leans quite closely into her middle finger show she has concerns about what others think about her.
Research led by The University of Warwick and The Institute of Cancer Research (ICR) found men whose index finger is longer than their ring finger were one-third less likely to develop the disease.
Paine broke his right ring finger taking a catch off a Peter Siddle bouncer in just the eighth over of the 99-run loss to India in Nagpur.
Dr Shahad Ghani inserted a wire into my finger behind my knuckle ofmyright ring finger and that would stay in place for a month," said K aneria.