PHOTO GALLERY: Rand Paul’s many hand gestures

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Some people like to talk with their hands as much as their mouth.

Sen. Rand Paul, R-Kentucky, is one of those people, routinely employing an entire playbook — and anywhere from one to 10 digits.

For example:

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Kind of looks like he’s starting that signature move from WWE’s Triple H, doesn’t it?

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Who wouldn’t get fired up by a raised fist?

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The dramatic double handed move.

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The hands fall silent while listening.

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He often goes big for emphasis.

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Johnny Manziel?

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Making a point.

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Making five points.

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