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American Sign Language: "list"


The sign for "list" uses a "bent hand" that looks like this:
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Your base hand functions as a piece of paper and your dominant hand shows a list of things on that paper.


Sample sentence: Do you have a list of interpreters?


"TO-LIST" (use this as a verb, for example: "Make a list.")

 



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