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American Sign Language: "tie"

Necktie:  Use an "H" handshape to show how a tie hangs from your neck.



Note: Some people also use this sign (in context) to mean "tuxedo."

If you mean "tie" and in the contest was a tie or that the result was equal, then use the sign for "EQUAL"

TIE-(a knot)
If you mean "tie a knot" then just mime the tying of whatever type of knot to which you are referring.

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