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American Sign Language: "stripes"


STRIPES-(vertical)
Drag the dominant "4 hand" downward on or near your body.

Animated: STRIPES-vertical:


 



STRIPES: "wavy horizontal"
Use your "4 hand" to show wavy stripes on or near your body.

 


Stripes: "horizontal."

 


Notes: 
The sign "STRIPES" can be done "palm out" to show stripes wherever they exist, (on a wall, a car, etc).  For example, if you do this sign in a big high arc it means "RAINBOW."


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