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PLIERS: The American Sign Language (ASL) sign for "pliers"
To do the sign for "pliers," show a "grip" and "slight twist" movement.  Repeat.
The movement is as if you have grabbed onto a knob or something and given it a quarter twist clockwise.
 


Sample sentence: Does the dentist sometimes use pliers?

 



 

Notes: 

Also see: DRILL

HAMMER

SCREWDRIVER

TOOL

WRENCH




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