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American Sign Language:  "today"

Also see: NOW

"TODAY" (version 1) 
The meaning of this sign depends on what the other person asked.
For example, if the other person asks you what time is the meeting?  If you respond "NOW+NOW" it would mean "right now" or currently.
If someone asks you what day the party is, you can respond by signing "NOW + NOW" to mean "today."
Thus sometimes the double "NOW" can interpreted to mean "today."


TODAY:  full version = NOW+DAY


TODAY (version 3)
In this version the movement is reversed.


Also see: DAY


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