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American Sign Language: "either"
The sign for either uses two "v" handshapes. You point your non-dominant hand upward, palm back. Then you flutter the tips of the index and middle fingers of your dominant hand on top of the tips of your non-dominant hand. The index and middle fingers of the dominant hand alternate moving up and down.
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