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American Sign Language: "rule"


The sign for rule touches the tip of an "R" hand to the palm of your non-dominant hand twice. Start at the top, then make a small arc down to the bottom. (It only touches twice, not three times.)  Think of the non-dominant hand as representing a sign or poster on the wall and the rules being listed on the poster.


 


Also see: LAW


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