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American Sign Language: "hockey"

The sign for "hockey" uses an "X" handshape to represent a hockey stick. Imagine you have a pea sized hockey puck on your left palm and your right hand (if you are right-handed) bent index finger is a hockey stick. Use the "hockey stick" to knock the puck backward twice.



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