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American Sign Language: "scientist"

To remember the sign for "scientist," think of a person pouring chemicals from a test tube into a beaker.

Scientist = SCIENCE + PERSON:


My wife prefers to do the sign "SCIENCE" with "A" hands.  Meh. Okay. Actually I like either ways.  The "A" hands do remind me of "beakers" that some scientists use to mix chemicals.


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