[sw-l] Positioning on the Body
sandy at FLEIMIN.DEMON.CO.UK
Wed Sep 8 16:52:35 UTC 2004
Thanks for the examples - I thought of having a hip line but though I seem
to remember seeing it somewhere before I couldn't find it in the manual.
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> SignWriting List
> September 7, 2004
> WRITING SIGNS RELATING TO THE TORSO continued...
> Contact with the torso can be written with or without the Shoulder Line
> and Hip Line. If you choose not to write either, then the contact is
> generally on the chest, without specific information as to the exact
> location. To get a detailed picture of the exact location, both the
> Shoulder Line and Hip Line are needed. See attached diagram....
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