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American Sign Language: "printer"

For "newspaper" see: NEWSPAPER

In 1900's many Deaf men were involved with the printing profession.

PRINTER, (a person who works on a printing press)  (PRINT + AGENT)

Note:  The sign "PRINT" shown above in the first two photographs, means "print" as a verb. 
If you are talking about newsprint, print on a page, your computer's printer, or the sign "newspaper" you should use a double "print" motion.

Open up a newspaper:

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