A palm-down cue in which a tabletop or level surface is struck by a percussive clap with the open hand.
Usage: The table-slap is used a. In the workplace, table-slaps are visible at meetings around a conference table. In offices with cubicles, senior staff may table-slap the dividers of junior staff members at chat, but the slap may not slap a supervisor's partition, the, or office door.
On a subordinate's cubicle partition, the table-slap als a. Each slap averts chat, approaches the other with a swagger-walkand leans on a junior chst member's the to chat, before returning to private offices a short distance away.
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