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Sign 100 (Start by extending pointer finger from fist with palm backwards, then arc hand over so point points sideways and slide back of hand sideways under chin till pointer emerges out opposite side); then dollar (see 'dollar' for description of sign)
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Form a cross with your pointer fingers.
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Hold one hand flat, palm up, fingertips slightly forward. Bend your other hand into an 'L' so that palm and fingertips faces opposite side. Move bent hand across and down so that fingertips end tapping on palm or other hand, and palm bent palm now faces downwards.
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With thumb extended from fist and pointing upwards tap other hand at wrist and at base of fingers.
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Form a curve from fist with pointer finger and thumb. Little finger should face out.
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Start with the fingers of one hand bent so that they point sideways at chest height. Hold the other hand flat, palm up, and fingers pointing to opposite side, at waist height. Move bent hand downwards towards flat hand.
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With fingers spread, palm towards chest, wiggle fingers and move hand upwards.
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Rest blade of fist on the palm of your other flat, sideways hand. Slide fist back and forth from wrist to fingertips twice.
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Hold one hand flat, palm up and fingers pointing to opposite side and down slightly. Cup fingers and thumb of other hand around flat hand, not touching flat hand . Starting near thumb slide cupped hand along flat hand just past fingertips.
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With thumb pointing upwards, extend pointer and middle fingers, slightly apart, from fist sideways.
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With thumb pointing upwards, extend pointer and middle fingers, slightly apart, from fist sideways. Pivot down from wrist, twice
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This is the second part of a two part sign, the first being the number of eighths (E.g. 1 for 1/8); then angle hand downwards at wrist while changing handshake to sign eight.
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Starting with pointer and middle fingers and thumb extended from fist, palm towards you, and thumb pointing up. Twist hand at wrist so that palm ends pointing forward, thumb pointing downwards.
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Sign as for one, pivot down from wrist, twice
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With pointer finger extended over extended thumb, tap pointer finger onto thumb twice.
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With palm facing forward and pointer and middle fingers extended sideways, curved forward slightly, move hand sideways in front of chest.
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With thumb extended sideways from fist, tap thumb tip onto the palm of your other flat hand (fingers pointing forward). Then draw fist backwards, spread out fingers and shake hand up and down a few times.
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Sign as for five, pivot down from wrist, twice
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This is the second part of a two part sign, the first being the number of fifths (E.g. 1 for 1/5); then angle hand downwards at wrist while changing handshake to sign five.
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Starting with fingers raised from fist, palm towards you, and fingers pointing up. Twist hand at wrist so that palm ends pointing forward, fingers slightly sideways.
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Sign fifty (Starting with fingers raised from fist, palm towards you, and fingers pointing up. Twist hand at wrist so that palm ends pointing forward, fingers slightly sideways.). Then C for cents (Form a curve from fist with pointer finger and thumb. Little finger should face out.)
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Sign fifty (Starting with fingers raised from fist, palm towards you, and fingers pointing up. Twist hand at wrist so that palm ends pointing forward, fingers slightly sideways.). Then dollar (see 'dollar' for description of sign) slide cupped hand along flat hand just past fingertips.)
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Extend fingers upwards, slightly apart, thumb outwards. Palm should face you.
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Sign five (Extend fingers upwards, slightly apart, thumb outwards. Palm should face you). Then C for cents (Form a curve from fist with pointer finger and thumb. Little finger should face out.)
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Sign five (Extend fingers upwards, slightly apart, thumb outwards. Palm should face you). Then dollar (see 'dollar' for description of sign)
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Start by extending all fingers upwards and apart with palm backwards (sign for 5). Then bring hand towards face and tap side of opposite chin with thumb.
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Start by extending all fingers upwards and apart with palm backwards (sign for 5). Then arc hand over so fingers point sideways and slide back of hand sideways under chin till fingers emerges out opposite side.
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Starting with fingers raised from fist, palm towards you, and fingers pointing up. Twist hand at wrist so that palm ends pointing forward, fingers slightly sideways.
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Raise pointer, middle, ring and little fingers upwards, slightly apart, from fist, palm facing you.
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Sign as for four, pivot down from wrist, twice
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Hold one hand flat in front of stomach with palm up and fingers pointing sideways. With other hand flat, palm sideways, fingers forward; use blade of hand like knife to cut across the middle of flat hand.
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With hand spread, palm towards armpit, fingers pointing upwards; move hand sideways, away from body while wiggling fingers.
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Hold spread hand in front of chin, wiggle fingers
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With fingers bent from palm, all straight and resting on extended thumb; slide the back of fingers under chin.
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Hook pointer finger so that fingertip points forward. Starting at opposite side draw a straight horizontal line with fingertip.
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With thumb extended sideways from fist, tap thumb tip onto the palm of your other hand, which is held flat in front of you with fingers pointing forward and palm sideways.
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With pointer finger wrapped around the extended thumb and tapped into palm of other hand, which is held flat in front of you with fingers pointing forward and palm up.
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Extend pointer fingers from fists and cross in front of chest, so that they form an X.
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With thumb pointing upwards, extend all but little finger sideways and slightly apart.
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With thumb pointing upwards, extend all but little finger sideways and slightly apart. Pivot down from wrist, twice
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Starting with pointer, middle and ring fingers and thumb extended from fist, palm towards you, and thumb pointing up. Twist hand at wrist so that palm ends pointing forward, thumb pointing downwards.
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This is the second part of a two part sign, the first being the number of ninths (E.g. 1 for 1/9); then angle hand downwards at wrist while changing handshake to sign nine.
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Slide fist across palm of other hand from wrist to fingertips.
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Raise pointer finger upwards from fist, palm facing you.
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Sign one (Raise pointer finger upwards from fist, palm facing you). Then dollar (see 'dollar' for description of sign)
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Start by extending pointer finger from fist with palm backwards (sign for 1). Then arc hand over so pointer points sideways and slide back of hand sideways under chin till pointer emerges out opposite side.
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Start by extending pointer finger from fist with palm backwards (sign for 1). Then bring hand towards face and tap side of pointer finger to side of opposite cheek and chin.
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Start signing 1 (raise pointer finger upwards from palm backwards fist, in front of shoulder); then move hand downwards in an arc and sign 3 - slightly sideways (extend pointer, middle and ring fingers from palm back fist).
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Start by signing 1 (with pointer finger raised upwards from palm backwards fist, in front of shoulder); then bring hand downwards in a sideways arc and sign four (by extending all fingers apart slightly and tucking thumb behind palm).
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Usually proceed with a number (1 for 1/4, 2 for 2 quarters and so on); then bring hand downwards in a sideways arc and sign four (by extending all fingers apart slightly and tucking thumb behind palm).
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Extend thumb and pointer fingers in L shape, from fist sideways.
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Extend thumb and pointer fingers in L shape, from fist sideways. Pivot down from wrist, twice
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This is the second part of a two part sign, the first being the number of seventh (E.g. 1 for 1/7); then angle hand downwards at wrist while changing handshake to sign seven.
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Starting with pointer finger and thumb extended from fist, palm towards you, and thumb pointing up. Twist hand at wrist so that palm ends pointing forward, thumb pointing downwards.
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Cross extended pointer fingers and move both hands in small circles.
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Hold one hand flat, fingertips pointing sideways, palm up. With thumb extended sideways from fist, tap fist onto the palm of your other hand twice.
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Hold one hand flat, fingertips pointing forward, palm sideways. With thumb extended upwards from fist, tap the other hand into the palm of your flat hand twice.
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Raise curved thumb from fist, with thumb upwards.
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Raise curved thumb from fist, with thumb upwards. Pivot down from wrist, twice
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This is the second part of a two part sign, the first being the number of sixths (E.g. 1 for 1/6); then angle hand downwards at wrist while changing handshake to sign six.
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Starting with thumb raised in a hook above fist, palm towards you. Twist hand at wrist so that palm ends pointing forward, thumb slightly sideways.
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Starting with fist, spread fingers out twice, palm facing away from you.
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Sign ten (Starting with hand in a loose fist, flick fingers out straight and apart). Then C for cents (Form a curve from fist with pointer finger and thumb. Little finger should face out.)
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Sign ten (Starting with hand in a loose fist, flick fingers out straight and apart). Then dollar (see 'dollar' for description of sign)
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This is the second part of a two part sign, the first being the number of fifths (E.g. 1 for 1/3); then angle hand downwards at wrist while changing handshake to sign three.
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Sign as for three, pivot down from wrist, twice
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Starting with pointer, middle and ring fingers raised from fist, palm towards you, and fingers pointing up. Twist hand at wrist so that palm ends pointing forward, fingers slightly sideways.
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Raise pointer, middle and ring fingers upwards, slightly apart, from fist, palm facing you.
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Sign as for two, pivot down from wrist, twice
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With pointer and middle fingers extended over extended thumb, tap fingers onto thumb twice.
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Starting with pointer and middle fingers raised from fist, palm towards you, and fingers pointing up. Twist hand at wrist so that palm ends pointing forward, fingers slightly sideways.
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Sign twenty (Starting with pointer and middle fingers raised from fist, palm towards you, and fingers pointing up. Twist hand at wrist so that palm ends pointing forward, fingers slightly sideways.). Then C for cents (Form a curve from fist with pointer finger and thumb. Little finger should face out.)
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Sign twenty (Starting with pointer and middle fingers raised from fist, palm towards you, and fingers pointing up. Twist hand at wrist so that palm ends pointing forward, fingers slightly sideways). Then dollar (see 'dollar' for description of sign)
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Raise pointer and middle fingers upwards, slightly apart, from fist, palm facing you.
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Sign two (Raise pointer and middle fingers upwards from fist, palm facing you). Then dollar (see 'dollar' for description of sign)
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Start by extending pointer and middle fingers apart, upwards from fist with palm backwards (sign for 2). Then bring hand towards face and tap side of pointer finger to side of opposite cheek and chin.
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Start by extending pointer and middle fingers apart, upwards from fist with palm backwards (sign for 2). Then arc hand over so fingers point sideways and slide back of hand sideways under chin till fingers emerges out opposite side.
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Hold one hand flat, palm down, horizontal in front of stomach, wrist may be arched slightly up. Tap the pointer fingertip of other hand on the back of wrist two or three times.
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Form a circle with fingers and thumb.
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