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American Sign Language:  "nothing to it"

To do the sign NOTHING-TO-IT, you use "F" handshapes and move them sideways (to the outside) and back (to the inside) a couple of times. The movement is "very small" and uses the wrist somewhat but the majority of the movement is from the elbows.

 

 


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