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American Sign Language: "pear"

For the sign "pear," you hold the non-dominant hand in a flattened "O"-handshape.

You place the fingers and thumb of the dominant hand around the non-dominant hand and then slide the dominant hand off to the side. (The non-dominant hand doesn't move.) Repeat. The fingers and thumb of the dominant hand close together into a flattened "O"-handshape as they slide off of the non-dominant hand.


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