JUDGE

As in "a person"

JUDGE
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English Equivalent: JUDGE (as in "a person")
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jury duty

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Savvy User alfredo Savvy Guest
Wednesday, March 23, 2011

i cant find the whole ladies and gentlements of the jury

ASL GLOSS

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Chado Savvy Guest
Wednesday, July 23, 2014

A good ASL GLOSS for the phrase "Ladies and gentlemen of the jury" would be:

MAN-MAN  WOMAN-WOMAN J-U-R-Y(fs)

OR (if you are pressed for time with a jury present in front of you:)

[Sweeping palm up dom hand for "All of You"] + J-U-R-Y(fs)

Is this the mainstream ASL sign.

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Chado Savvy Guest
Wednesday, July 23, 2014

This sign used here for "Judge" is one that I am most familiar with.  However recently I ran accross another version, that looks like a gavel being struck down for "Judge" in the following video about election day signs: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qq2ChuCO2mU

My question is which sign is the most prevelant in the Deaf Community at large?  Personally I have seen the one used here on signing savvy... I have never seen this "gavel version" until today.

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