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Hi Stefan and Val,<br>
nice to read that also your students read and discuss(?) my writing of
I am not very sure of use rub and brush, but I think that rub is circle
The hand never gets off the hand. Right hand is on the arm all the time.<br>
Stefan Wöhrmann wrote:
<pre wrap="">Hi Valerie, Honza and SW-list,
it is interesting Valerie that from the point of view of one of my students
the spelling of Honza is much easier to read. I guess that the rest of the
stickfigure with this shoulder line is a welcome orientation for quick
The new spelling (source Valerie) is without any doubt correct but on the
hand you can look at it without catching the "whole Gestalt" immediately.
I tried another spelling see attachment.
Hi Honzo you really want a brush but no rubb - that is correct? Each time
the hand gets off from the upper arm?
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Gesendet: Sonntag, 21. August 2005 08:27
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Betreff: Re: [sw-l] question about sign (on arm)
<pre wrap="">sorry for bothering you asking questions about almost every sign.
I am not sure if this sign is written correctly. It is signed just
on upper arm.
The upper arm is all you need. No need for shoulders, and no need to
circle the area of contact. Those symbols with the shoulders, arms
and circled area of location that are in the IMWA, are for detailed
sorting of dictionaries by SSS...we don't actually write with them...
So something like this would be better -
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