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American Sign Language:  "work"


WORK:  The sign for "work" is made by shaping both hands into "fist shapes" (the letter "s.")  With your palms facing downward, use your dominant fist to tap the wrist or the side of your non-dominant fist a few times.
 

       
 



 





Here is a variation.
I don't recommend this variation.


Memory Aid:  Think of working with a hammer.
 

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