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American Sign Language:  "center" or "middle"

There are a couple of different ways to sign "center."



CENTER: (bent middle finger variation)

 


Center or Middle (flat hand variation)
You can do the dominant handshape with either a flat hand or you can use a middle finger bent forward from the large knuckle.  This sign is can be combined with DEAF to mean "Deaf Center."


MIDDLE:
Here is a lesser used variation of "middle."  I wouldn't use this for "center."
This version means more along the lines of "the middle of a series" or "middle name."


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