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American Sign Language:  "have"


HAVE: 
Hold "bent" handshapes a few inches out from your upper chest.  Move your hands back and touch your chest.

 

The handshape is a "bent" hand. The thumb is not tucked in.
The handshape looks like this:




HAVE (version)
It is common to see this sign done with just one hand. (Especially if you are eating a sandwich at the time.)


Also see: "don't have"



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