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American Sign Language: "prior-to"


Note: The concept "prior" can be expressed as "PAST." 
It depends on if you mean prior as in "prior to" something, or prior as in before now.

PRIOR-to:

This version is means "prior to," "happened earlier than,"  and "previous to an event."  
NOTE:  The left hand isn't moving. The right hand is moving back toward the body. Both hands are slightly bent at the knuckles.

 


BEFORE-(prior to)

Here is another version. This version means:
"Prior to"
"Happened earlier than"
"Previous to an event"

NOTE:  The left hand isn't moving. The right hand is moving back toward the body.



 

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