1.After a recent local election in California the sophisticated polling equipment broke down and the registrar of voters was photographed while attempting to answers charges concerning the breakdown.
2.Sometimes, when the hands are clenched, either on their lap or on a table, people rub their thumbs together or pick at the cuticle of one thumb.
3.The gesturer is uncertain and sorely needs to be made doubly sure before agreeing to resolve an issue or reach a compromise.
4.Wringing hand is a stepped-up version of clenched hand. This is observed when someone is on the hot seat, such as when being required to answer serious charges against him.
5.His premise is that one can affect another's reaction by merely clenching the hand in fistlike gesture and using it to emphasize the verbal language.
6.People who clench their fists may allow them to be clearly seen, but more often they conceal the gesture by thrusting the fist in their pocket, tucking both fists under the armpits in a crossed-arms gesture, or putting both hands behind the back.
7.As this point the negotiation was called off and the participants reviewed what had happened by watching the viedo-taped recording.
8.It is not unusual during a review to have one or both of the participants acknowledge that he was totally unaware of what the other person was telling him nonverbally and did nothing positive to improve the situation.
9.Instead, however, all he perceived was that there appeared to be dichotmy between what he heard and what he sensed.
10.He then rationalized that the other person was weak, so he attempted to pick up all the marbles but wound up with nothing.
11.As a result of this feeling, he clenches his hands, stares at his opposer, silhouettes his body, crosses his legs(akk gesture of suspicon), yet still manges to say weakly, "I've an open mind and want to settle this thing." His opposer senses that the verbal language is in conflict with what he perceives and does not believe what is said.
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