I need an arrow

CWren at DOE.K12.GA.US CWren at DOE.K12.GA.US
Wed Jun 21 19:04:33 UTC 2006

>> As to the rub--  I've seen it signed two ways:  one, the hands contact 
>> early in the 'merge' and they 'rub' into final position:  and two, the 
>> hands stay separate till the final position, when contact is made.  I 
>> tend to sign it more the second way, you must sign it more the first 
>> way.  ::smile::  So, they're both right?

>Hmm ... if you have seen it the second way, then both are right. In 
>Iowa, I haven't seen much of that second variant yet ... so far.

The second way is emphasizing the 'oppression' part at the end...  Its not 
in the Puddle, so heres my first stab at that sign, avoiding the surface 
issue deftly --or not--     I'm not happy with it, but I'm not sure how to 
make it better...  whos up?

Cherie Wren
GSD Staff Interpreter
232 Perry Farm Rd
Cave Spring, GA 30124
706-766-0766 Cell

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