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American Sign Language: "Houston"

To sign "Houston" tap the side of your chin twice with a "U" handshape. (Which also happens to be an "H" handshape eh?)



Here's Byron Cantrell demonstrating the sign. Note, the sign actually only taps twice. He is repeating the the sign so you can see how the movement is made:


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