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American Sign Language:  "grapes"



The right hand makes contact, then lifts off and moves an inch or two then makes contact again.


Notes: You may see GRAPES signed with three movements instead of two. In casual everyday signing, I see two movements being used more often than three. However, if you were to ask someone how to sign GRAPES, your are more likely to see three movements. Both versions are used and accepted.

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