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American Sign Language: "toast"


Pretend you are cooking toast over a fire by sticking a fork into a piece of bread to hold it up to the fire then when that side is done, you stick the fork into the other side.
Your right hand is a "V" handshape throughout this whole sign.  The left hand is a "flat-hand."


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