Gestures are symbols. Gestures that mean one thing in one part of the world may have a completely different meaning in another part of the world. A completely different gesture may be used in a different country to convey the same meaning. Can you give an example where a gesture has more than one meaning or where a meaning needs a different gesture depending on the country?

Gestures are symbols. Gestures that mean one thing in one part of the world may have a completely different meaning in another part of the world. A completely different gesture may be used in a different country to convey the same meaning. Can you give an example where a gesture has more than one meaning or where a meaning needs a different gesture depending on the country?

Gestures are symbols. Gestures that mean one thing in one part of the world may have a completely different meaning in another part of the world. A completely different gesture may be used in a different country to convey the same meaning. Can you give an example where a gesture has more than one meaning or where a meaning needs a different gesture depending on the country?

Gestures are symbols. Gestures that mean one thing in one part of the world may have a completely different meaning in another part of the world. A completely different gesture may be used in a different country to convey the same meaning. Can you give an example where a gesture has more than one meaning or where a meaning needs a different gesture depending on the country?

Gestures are symbols. Gestures that mean one thing in one part of the world may have a completely different meaning in another part of the world. A completely different gesture may be used in a different country to convey the same meaning. Can you give an example where a gesture has more than one meaning or where a meaning needs a different gesture depending on the country?

Gestures are symbols. Gestures that mean one thing in one part of the world may have a completely different meaning in another part of the world. A completely different gesture may be used in a different country to convey the same meaning. Can you give an example where a gesture has more than one meaning or where a meaning needs a different gesture depending on the country?

 

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