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American Sign Language: "weld"

To do the sign for "weld," pretend your dominant hand is a "welding torch."
Point the tip of your dominant "L" hand at the heel of your non-dominant palm. Using a smooth quick motion, move the dominant hand forward and then back and forward as if welding something.




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