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one of a kind
Posted on 3/5/2014 at 03:39:21 PM by
Rosie, I do not know BSL but have had family experience with sign language in Australia.
Essentially, if 'one of a kind' is saying 'same as all in the group' then
sign for 'single' or if oneself then sign for 'me' or 'I'
sign for 'same'
sign for 'all'
sign for 'we together' or 'this group' or
sign pointing or signing the specific other group
note correction to email address
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