Close Captioning is a system of putting subtitles on video programming. Close-captioning is "hidden" unless decoded by a special chip in your monitor.
In the "old days" we used to use special decoder boxes that attached
to our TV's. Then a law was passed that required TV's with screens
over 13 inches to have a
built-in decoder chip.
The movement is a little bounce from left to right. (If you are right
Sample sentence: Is your TV
There is a sign that means "captions" or "captioning." This version is
based on and looks a lot like the sign for "STORY." But there is a
subtle difference. The wrists bend slightly and the hands angle as if
applying cellophane tape to a wall. This sign carries a meaning of
"sentences on the screen" or "captioning."
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