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American Sign Language: "schedule"



The main version of the sign for "schedule" uses the non-dominant hand palm toward you, fingers spread (in a 5-handshape) and pointing toward the dominant side.  Then you drag the tips of the fingers of the dominant hand (in palm-forward 4-handshape) down and then backward across the palm of the non-dominant hand.  (See the "chart" or "graph" pictures below to get a feel for how the dominant hand moves.)


There is a one-handed version of "SCHEDULE" that can still mean schedule but means more along the lines of a "chart" or a graph.



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