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By Dane Sherwood

ISBN-10: 1497608538

ISBN-13: 9781497608535

Bestselling writer Dane Sherwood is again with an impressive record of 2,001 belongings you continually desired to adventure yet by no means took time to pass though. From taking a cross-country educate experience to sending a message in a bottle, this booklet tells you the way to adventure lifestyles to the fullest whereas additionally delivering knowledge from Jack Kerouac, Henry Miller, Pearl S. dollar, and extra. initiatives stretch from the easy ("Play with clay" and "Bake brownies") to the not easy ("See the Loch Ness monster" and "Sleep with a ghost within the room").Give your self credits for what you've performed to date and suggestion for what you could attempt subsequent. even if you're trying to find an excuse to do the little issues you've dreamed approximately, or hoping your zaniest objectives are inside of your succeed in, 2001 activities prior to You Die will commence you in your technique to discovering success on a daily basis of your existence.

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Daily, common, everyday, ordinary, usual Handshape: Open A Orientation:palm left Location: in front of right shoulder Movement: jerk thumb sharply toward right shoulder Nonmanual signal: head shakes “no” yesterday m L3 Handshape: Open A Orientation:palm left Location: right cheek Movement: brush knuckles down cheek twice ‘ I tomorrow Handshape: Open A ’ Orientation: palm out I i ’ Location:near mouth Movement: arc thumb back to touch cheek Nonmanual signal: right shoulder lifts up: head tilts right; “cz”mouth movement nut, peanut W f Handshape: Open A I 1 Orientation:palm left Location: right cheek Movement:twist wrist forward Nonmanual signal: right shoulder lifts up; head tilts right; “cz” mouth movement Handshape: Open A Orientation:palm left Location: thumb under front teeth Movement: flick thumb forward with short double movement drink (aIcoholic beverage) India Handshape:Open A Orientation:palm left Location:near mouth Movement: move thumb in toward mouth twice Handshape: Open A ’ Orientation:palm left Location: forehead Movement: twist thumb back and forth on forehead in small, quick movemen t s girl not, don‘t Handshape: Open A Orientation: palm left Location:thumb on cheek Movement: brush thumb forward on cheek twice Handshape: Open A Orientation: palm left I Location:under chin Movement: thrust hand forward Nonmanual signal: head shakes “no” myself, self ourselves /--- Handshape:Open Orientation: palm left Y’/ I Location: thumb below right shoulder Movement: arc hand across chest, ending with knuckles on left chest area, palm right Nonmanual signal: eyes on persons to whom you are speaking ‘ Handshape: Open Orientation:palm right Location: chest Movement: double bounce hand on chest pride, proud she, (not Handsh,ape: I Orientation:palm down Location:lower chest Movement: slide thumb up chest Nonmanual signal: shoulders thrust back; erect posture I k7 :4 ' ' Handshape: Open A > 1 Orientation:palm left Location: thumb on cheek Movement: brush thumb down cheek; point to referent Nonmanual signal: eyes on person to whom you are speaking lady, female, woman Handshape: Open A > 3 Orientation: palm down Location: thumb on cheek Movement: flip hand back while changing to 3 handshape Handshape: OpenA > 5 Orientation:palm left Location:thumb on cheek Movement: move thumb down cheek, then open hand to 5 handshape and bounce thumb down on chest anything (compound: any + thing) anyone, anybody (compound: any + one) I @ o I a f Handshape: Open A > Open B Orientation:palm up Location: neutral space Movement: twist wrist down, then change to Open B handshape and flip hand up Handshape: Open A > 1 Orientation: palm up Location:neutral space Movement: twist wrist down and change hand to 1 handshape, palm forward daughter (compound: girl + baby) M Handshape: Open A > Open B : passive Orientation:palm left Location: thumb on cheek Movement:brush thumb down cheek, then change hand to Open B handshape and move arm down, ending with back of right arm on top of left arm Handshape: Open A > C : C Orientation:palm left Location: thumb on cheek Movement: brush thumb down cheek, then change to C handshape and clasp left hand blue Handshape: Open A > L : L Orientation: right palm left, left palm right Location: right thumb on cheek Movement: move thumb down cheek, then change hand to L handshape and bring hand down on top of left hand Handshape:B Orientation:palm left Location: neutral space Movement: twist wrist back and forth twice hum I Handshape: B Orientation:palm left Location: in front of face Movement: move hand down with large wavy motion Nonmanual signal: head shakes “no” Handshape: B Orientation:palm left Location: in front of face Movement: arc hand down Nonmanual signal: head lowered f iref ig hter, fireman hospital I Handshape: B Orientation:palm left Location: forehead Movement: arc hand from right to left side of forehead Handshape: B Orientation: palm out Location: middle of forehead Movement: tap forehead twice Australia, Australian fever / ”Ii i Handshape: R Orientation:palm left Location: index finger on forehead Movement: flip hand back, ending with palm out Note: See page 363 for the preferred sign.

Go to the handshape category ofthe dominant hand-L). Observe that the two-hand signs in each category begin with those signs in which both hands have the same shape (in this category, it is L : L). AIDE c. )In this case, AIDE is the only sign with L : S handshapes. Example 3 Try to find a sign in which the handshape changes. a. You observe that both hands begin with a 1 handshape and then both change to an X handshape. ) b. These are followed by I TEST 34 How to Use This Dictionary the signs that begin 1 : 1 and then change handshapes.

The signs are listed in the morphological order of the handshape formed after the change, in this case X. (Skip through the 1 :1 signs; then page through the signs that have a change in handshape until you come to 1 > X : 1 > X. ” Example 4 Suppose you see a sign that begins as a onehand sign and then changes to a two-hand sign. You guess that it is a compound sign. a. You can see that this sign begins as a one-hand sign. ) HUSBAND b. The first handshape in the sign is a Flattened 0. ) c. The compound signs are at the end of a handshape category.

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