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The movement is "forward" which is UP the page in writing, not toward the 
chest.  


I'm looking at the drawing in the dictionary and the movement is away from the 
body, so from the drawing, is a single arrow moving out from the chest with 
tension.  Yours is still hitting my body.  The hand starts touching the chest 
and punches away, which is UP the page, not DOWN the page. 


Charles






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From: Adam Frost <[log in to unmask]>
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Sent: Tue, June 14, 2011 7:20:44 PM
Subject: Re: Help on movement away from the chest

I looked at your alt, which looks good except it is still punching from the 
back. ;-) How's this?


Adam


On Jun 14, 2011, at 4:05 PM, Charles Butler wrote:


>Please look at Bater (5) in Libras (Brazilian Sign Language).  I can't read 
>this. It looks as if the person is punching themselves in the chest from the 
>back. I'd like to write this differently to be able to show essentially punching 
>with tension twice so that it is clear. 
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>See my alternative Bater(5) (alt) and tell me if this is better. 
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