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Yes, it looks like it is readable. ;-)

Adam

On May 26, 2010, at 7:07 PM, "Charles Butler"  
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> Valerie, think of opening a spread gloved hand, then picking up a  
> fencer's rapier, turning it in a circle and then thrusting forward.   
> Epee means sword, so this is perfect.
>
> Charles
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> From: Valerie Sutton <[log in to unmask]>
> To: [log in to unmask]
> Sent: Wed, May 26, 2010 10:00:49 PM
> Subject: Re: Sign Name For de l'Épée
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> SignWriting List
> May 26, 2010
>
> Hi Adam -
> When I read that sign, I see the flat five hand palm touching my  
> chest, and then it moves forward diagonal right and then the  
> handshape that is like holding the reigns of a horse, palm to the  
> ground, and then there is a wrist rotation back towards the chest  
> and around and then the hand moves forward a little...is that what  
> you meant to write? smile looks great to me -
>
> And everyone - you have no idea how exciting this is - we have some  
> new software to announce later that I know will change history -  
> SignWriting, for reading and writing for everyday use (smile), will  
> spread now to more and more people because of the software  
> development that we are doing...
>
> So we will share all this with you in the coming weeks -
>
> There are nothing but smiles here -
>
> Val ;-)
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> On May 26, 2010, at 6:28 PM, Adam Frost wrote:
>
> > I am putting together an article on Abbé Charles-Michel de  
> l'Épée from the work of Charles Butler and Lucinda O'Grady Batch. I  
> had an professor who showed me de l'Épée's name sign as it is signed 
>  in France. I am hoping that this is readable to someone who has nev 
> er seen his name sign before.
> >
> >
> >
> >
> > I also added the sign for his birthplace, Versailles, into the  
> article, but I think that most people will be able to read that one  
> as it is very simple. :-) And I know that my professor showed me the  
> sign for Truffault (where the school for the deaf is), but I can't  
> remember it. I will have to look that one up in my notes. Or just  
> get ahold of my professor again somehow. :-)
> >
> > Adam
> >
>