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American Sign Language: "post"


This sign represents attaching a poster or a flyer to a bulletin board.


Press thumb tacks into the top two corners of a poster on a bulletin board, then press in thumb tacks on the bottom two corners.

POST:




Sample sentence: Do you post your phone number in the bathroom?


 



Notes:
You can use the sign POST to mean "bulletin board" by signing POST and then drawing a big square in the air with both index fingers starting at the top middle moving to the sides, then down, then back to the middle.



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