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American Sign Language: "breathe"

Both hands use "5"-hands.  The hands move forward away from the chest, and then back to the chest--representing the swelling and contraction of the chest during breathing.  You don't actually have to touch your chest. You can start and inch or so out from your chest.



Also see: INHALE

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