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American Sign Language: "share"


The sign for share holds the non-dominant hand steady and brushes pinkie side of the dominant hand along the side of the index finger of the non-dominant hand moving toward the thumb and then reverses the movement and moves back toward the fingertips again.
 


 


Notes:
If you were interpreting the term "shares" as in stock, I recommend you spell "S-H-A-R-E-S."


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