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CENTER: The American Sign Language (ASL) sign for "center"
 

Typically the concept of "center" is done by circling a bent hand and touching the fingertips into the palm of the non-dominant hand. Also see: MIDDLE.

 

CENTER:

 

 

 

Sample sentence: Are you looking for the Deaf Center?


 

Middle:  Circle the tip of the dominant middle finger (bent at the large knuckle) and then plant it into the upturned palm of the non-dominant hand:

 

 

 

Sample sentence: My brother's middle name is Robert.

 


Notes:  See: AVERAGE

 




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