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William then went on to meet with a group of children, taking the role of adjudicator in a sprinting race and teaching them the finer points of a high-five.
Roth's office said she supports the Iranian opposition but gave the envoy the high-five because they have known each other for years.
CAPTION(S): FANS J Rocker Rod and Alastair cheer on Celtic JUST POP IT IN THE TOP CORNER, SON Rod shows the way, despite missing the ball, then Alastair gets it right for a high-five LITTLE BOOTY Rod gives Alastair a piggyback
They are asking their brand and retail partners to "give them ten" by joining them in a double high-five to mark the company's anniversary-and they have sent them the high-five hands to do it with.
It's a great day to do your odds 'n ends, give a friend a high-five or root for the odds-on-favourite, he says.
I think you should be able to shake hands, high-five, and maybe a quick hug," he told The Post.
And even better, me and Marc Johnson could totally pointless high five--that's when you high-five for no reason at all.
It's not uncommon for him to high-five fans from the putting green to the tee box.