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American Sign Language: "junior"


Double movement.  Dominant flat hand (or relaxed 5 hand) taps the index finger of your stationary non-dominant "5"-hand.

JUNIOR (academic 3rd year)

 


See: FRESHMAN

See: SOPHOMORE

See: SENIOR


 

Notes:
It is common to see the concept of "junior" abbreviated to spelling JR.

For example, to express the concept of "Junior High School" you spell J-R-H-S.



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