low five

low five

n. the slapping of hands at waist level as a greeting. (Compare this with high five.) The two eight-year-olds tried to give each other a low five, but they both hurt their hands.
See also: five, low
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The carrier continues to expect its 2018 available seat miles to grow in the low five percent range, year-over-year.
He tried again for a low five but George still appeared unimpressed and even when the PM gave a final try for a traditional handshake, the future king still did not budge.
He tried again for a low five but George still appeared unimpressed and even when the PM made a final try for a traditional handshake, the future king still did not budge.
Given the low five per cent rural access rate to electricity in Rwanda, combined with gradual population growth and significant untapped renewable energy potential, GMGs can provide robust and cost-effective energy access solutions," Kurt Lonsway, AfDB's Manager for Environment and Climate Change, said after the approval.
Best to go low Five of the last six winners have been drawn in stall four or lower, a good sign for Come On Dave (stall one), Cruise Tothelimit (two), B Fifty Two (three) and Lexi's Hero (four).
BANKING AND CREDIT NEWS-April 20, 2015-HSBC offers new low five year fixed mortgage
The low five per cent deposit required through Help to Buy, means it's never been easier for house-hunters to get on the property ladder or upsize to their dream home.
We expect development spending will support economic growth and increase to about 10 per cent of total expenditures in 2015 from a relatively low five per cent in 2014.
Looking at the remaining touch behaviors in the coding scheme, it appears that the three behaviors low five, high five and high ten seem to be behaviors generally used in a team sport setting: they appeared in the current coding scheme, but also in the studies of Kneidinger et al.
Chloe Dunn, regional head of sales for Taylor Wimpey, said: "Since introducing Help to Buy - Wales, we've seen a significant increase in home-hunters who were suddenly in a position to buy, thanks to the low five per cent deposit.
The low five teams from the 13-team regional advance to compete in the NCAA championships.
The buyer notes that the price for the seven stations represents a low five times multiple of their projected average broadcast cash flow for 2013/2014 when taking into account expected operating improvements and synergies.
While McIlhaney did not provide details on how much the credit union paid to launch the program, he did say it wasn't a significant investment and all told, startup costs can range around the mid to low five figures.
the Furies high five and low five in huddled victory.
and Manhattan drove capitalization rates down into the low five percent range.