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American Sign Language: "cents"

It is interesting is that the sign for "cent"  seems in some weird way to have originated as a spin off of the word "sense" as in "good sense" or "smarts."  I'd love to see some research on this one!


Touch the index finger to the right side of your forehead, pull your finger out and down, hold the finger in the air for a brief moment.


fifty-cents (version 1)


fifty-cents version two:


A nickel:







Also see: COINS

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