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American Sign Language: "sting"


Use the dominant hand "X" finger to represent a stinger.
The "X" hand makes a quick down and up movement (as if having stung the non-dominant hand). Note: You don't actually have to make contact as long as you come "close."


STING:  Version 2
This version of the sign only uses a quick downward movement.
Either version is fine.


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