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I would use a brush rather than a rub, because the dominant hand does lose contact with the non-dom. Other than that, yes, looks good to me.

cherie





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> From: Adam Frost <[log in to unmask]>
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>Sent: Monday, January 21, 2013 11:41 AM
>Subject: Re: A Pear Story
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>I guess I should come out of the wood works for a short while to put in my two cents. :-)
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>Cherie Wren, I agree that we can't honestly say that someone is wrong in their writing without some investigation of whether it be regional variation, individual variation, or even writing style. I have seen a lot of sign variations partly because that is my field of study as well as it being my native language that I live, breath, read, write, sign, analyze, and teach everyday. I will be the first to admit, however, that even I haven't seen every variation out there because new ones pop up all the time. Having said that, let's have a continuation of discussing. :-)
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>Kelly Jo, I personally don't see anything with the arrows in the writing that Charles chose, which was written by Natasha. I am not sure if I understand what you are trying to say, though. You say that the arrows should be going to the left rather than the right? Would this writing be what you suggest?
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>Or are you meaning this writing?
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>And, Cherie, you mentioned another way of signing it. Is this close to what you meant?
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>Now, if I were writing this sign myself, I would have chosen a different palm orientation for the non-dominate hand. In fact, that is the only difference that I would personally make to Natasha's writing in SignPuddle. (Ok, maybe I would change the placing of some of the symbols, but it is basically the same. GRIN)
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>Maybe 2 has gone up because of inflation? ;-)
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>Adam
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