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American Sign Language: "restaurant"

To sign "restaurant" touch an "R" handshape to the corner of your chin, then touch it to the other corner of your chin.


Sample sentence: "What is the name of a restaurant you like to eat at?" = RESTAURANT YOU LIKE EAT, (what)-NAME?



cafeteria animation:



BACHELOR: You can initialize the sign "CAFETERIA" with a "B" to mean "Bachelor"

ARIZONA: If you do this sign with an "A"-handshape it can mean "Arizona."

SENIOR CITIZEN: If you do the sign starting with an "S" and then change it to a "C" it can mean "senior citizen."

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