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I am new to BSL and I recently learned some place names. I am moving to Nottingham in the new year so I want to know the sign name for Nottingham. I searched online and I found it but the video moves so fast and can't be slowed down. Can someone please explain it to me/provide a video of Nottingham being signed slowly? 

 

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thank you :) I am concerned though that there are two ways of saying Nottingham.

 

The BSL dictionary website had this video and another one. The other one LOOKED like N-H being spelled really fast, and then it had this video of the woman but it was labelled as "Nottingham (Robin Hood)" and so I don't know if you are supposed to use different signs in different situations.

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