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American Sign Language: "shape" / statute
The sign for shape uses the thumbs of your "A" hands to draw an hourglass in the air.
This sign also means "statue."
Dr. Bill's Notes:
The sign labeled as SHAPE refers to the physical quality of having a shape.
If you mean "influence" you should instead use the INFLUENCE sign.
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