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American Sign Language: "newspaper"


Also see: PRINTER



The sign for newspaper is a noun/verb pair with the sign for PRINT.
If you mean the noun "newspaper" then do a double movement.
If you mean the verb "print" then do a single movement.

NEWSPAPER:


Signing note:  During high speed signing you may see "newspaper" done with a single movement (instead of the usual double movement). Don't worry about it. Language is sloppy. I'm not in charge, I just live here. - Dr. Bill
 



PRINT:

 



"Newspaper Article"

Note: Usually the sign for "NEWSPAPER" uses a double movement (as a noun/verb pair with "PRINT") but when compounded with the ARTICLE sign you can drop one of the movements of the NEWSPAPER sign and your meaning is still obvious.

 


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