|SignWriting List Forum|
Wayne Smith |
Date: Thu May 11, 2000 4:33 pm
Subject: Re: Questions Rotation Symbols
"less0065.gif" raises a question in my mind. In talking about
Norwegian "u", you show the handshape as being vertical (in that there
is no break at the fingers), yet you indicate that the arm is parallel
with the floor during the twisting movement (there is just one central
line as opposed to two and the twisting movements have double stems).
Isn't this a contradiction, or is this how one notates things that are
actually at a 45o angle?
Valerie Sutton wrote:
> SignWriting List
> May 11, 2000
> Hello Everyone!
> I want to welcome several new members to the SignWriting List! Please
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> I have around 5 more questions to answer from Norway. Attached is
> Question 0065.
> Name: less0065.gif
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