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American Sign Language: "time-period"


 

Start with a "T." Hold it near (but not touching) the top of the non-dominant "flat-hand."
Circle the "T" around the palm once (not touching during the circling). Then bring it to rest on the palm (finally making contact).

 


Also see: TIME
Also see: "From time to time."


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