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American Sign Language:  "aggressive" or "assertive"

This sign uses a movement that is the opposite of the sign ACT.  In the sign "aggressive, the hands move in circles that move up, out, down, in.  When the right hand is up, the left hand is down, when the right hand is back, the left hand is out. 



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