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American Sign Language: "duty"


The sign for "duty" taps a "D" hand on the top of the non-dominant wrist.
 

Make sure you do the sign for DUTY with the non-dominant hand palm-down.


DUTY:



Note:
The reason I point out the importance of doing the sign for DUTY with the non-dominant hand "palm down" is because if the palm is up, it is a version of the sign for "DOCTOR").

Memory aid: A doctor's duty is to help people. (Sign: DOCTOR DUTY HELP PEOPLE).


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