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American Sign Language:  "crash"


CRASH:


Sample sentence: CAR CL:3/CL:3-"crash" HOW-MANY TIME YOU? (How many times have you been in a car wreck?)


 



CRASH:
 

This sign is "very loosely" based on "CL:3" type handshapes.  But if you observe the sign done at high speed during signed conversations you'll notice that the handshape starts more as a "modified 5" handshape that turns into an "S" shape.


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