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American Sign Language: "any"

To do the sign for "any" hold an "A" hand in front of you.  If you are right handed the palm side should be facing toward he left, thumb-side up. Turn your hand so that it is palm down, thumb-side left. 


Sample sentence: Is anyone in your family Deaf? - "ANY YOUR FAMILY DEAF?"


Also see:  OTHER

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