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American Sign Language:  "pancake"

Memory aid:  This sign is looks like you are flipping a pancake. 


PANCAKE: (variation)
Note:  There is an initialized version of this sign that uses the tip of the middle finger of the right "p" hand to draw a pancake sized circle about a half an inch above the surface of the left flat hand.  (I recommend you stick with the pancake flipping version above.)

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