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Sigma KEE - Gesture
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gesture
Any BodyMotion, e.g. a hand wave, a nod of the head, a smile, which is also an instance of Communication.
Relationships      
Parents body motion Any Motion where the agent is an Organism and the patient is a BodyPart.
  communication A SocialInteraction that involves the transfer of information between two or more CognitiveAgents. Note that Communication is closely related to, but essentially different from, ContentDevelopment. The latter involves the creation or modification of a ContentBearingObject, while Communication is the transfer of information for the purpose of conveying a message.
Children bowingAny downward motion of the body that indicates respect for or submission to another Agent.
 facial expressionAny Gesture whose instrument is the Face.
 hand gestureAny Gesture which involves the Hands.
 noddingMoving the Head up and down or side to side to indicate approval or disapproval.
 shruggingMoving the Shoulders in such a way that the motion is intended to express something to someone else.
 winkingAny instance of ClosingEyes which is intended to express something to someone else.


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