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The Chilean "manual alphabet is used by the Chilean "deaf community to sign "Spanish words and is incorporated into "Chilean Sign Language. It is a one-handed alphabet, similar enough to the "American manual alphabet for the two to be mutually intelligible, except for the letters Q (touch the jaw), T (touch the lips), S and X (trace the letter shapes, as is done with Z), U (horns, like a 7 or 8), and the additional letter Ñ (a rocking N).


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