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American Sign Language: "embassy"

Don't ask me where I picked up this sign. I honestly can't remember. I think it was when I was in Guyana. Or maybe Taipei. I get the concept though. The hand position of the dominant hand is a bit awkward, but it is obviously representing a flag posted on a building.



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