Some signs that appear to be spelled are not just because the signer is using English signing but because the word is a loan sign. That means, a commonly used word is spelled in a very specific way, as a unit, not individual letters, often with an additional movement, such as circular, up or down, swooped, arched, etc. Sometimes some of the letters are omitted.
If it's "all of these things lined up" = A>LL
"all of these things stacked up" =
"all of this group" = (left and right hands make a circle like "FAMILY") while spelling "A-LL" with both hands
Another example: CLUB (especially Deaf Club)
Signed from shoulder, hand moving forward towards other person, with smooth transition between letters. C-L-U-B