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 One single sign consists of all of these parameters. ​ Just a slight change in any of them will result in a new meaning of the word. The only exception to this rule are the non-manual markers. Non-manual markers are generally used based on personal preference,​not everyone uses them, and they are not necessary when understanding a sign.  One single sign consists of all of these parameters. ​ Just a slight change in any of them will result in a new meaning of the word. The only exception to this rule are the non-manual markers. Non-manual markers are generally used based on personal preference,​not everyone uses them, and they are not necessary when understanding a sign. 
  
 +natives., A. (n.d.). Phonology in American Sign Language / ASL. Sign Language - ASL. Retrieved May 16, 2011, from http://​www.handspeak.com/​byte/​p/​index.php?​byte=phonology