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American Sign Language: "character" or "characteristics"



To do the sign for "character," draw a small circle in the air in front of the upper left area of your chest (if you are right-handed) with a "C" handshape.  Then move the "C" handshape backward to touch tyour chest.


CHARACTER:



 



Notes:
The sign for "character" can refer to either a "role" filled by an actor or it can refer to a person or thing's characteristics.  Sometimes instead of doing this sign on the upper left chest (if right-handed) you may see this sign done on the palm of the left hand.


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