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An Irish rogue wins the heart of a rich widow and assumes her dead husband's aristocratic position in 18th-century England.

The insulting version of the gesture (with the palm inwards U+1F594 🖔 Reversed victory hand ) [10] is often compared to the offensive gesture known as " the finger ". The "two-fingered salute" (also "the forks" in Australia [11] ) is commonly performed by flicking the V upwards from wrist or elbow. The V sign, when the palm is facing toward the person giving the sign, has long been an insulting gesture in England, [12] and later in the rest of the United Kingdom , Ireland, Australia, India, Pakistan and New Zealand. [2] It is frequently used to signify defiance (especially to authority), contempt, or derision. [13]


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