Recent Examples of sign language from the Web
Because direct communication is typically best in adviser-client relationships, building fluency in sign language is the ideal (just as the best way to interact with, say, a Russian client is in Russian).
Although the financial aid process can be a difficult process for any students, the document added a sign language interpreter was never made available to Bruce to help him ask financial aid staff questions.
Last year, the creative team broke new ground by letting Burger King’s always silent King character finally speak – but in sign language, to celebrate National American Sign Language Day.
The county typically uses a sign language interpreter service, but AL.com reports that the company, VisCom, was never contacted for this briefing.
Now, the prosecutor's office will provide sign language interpreters and other auxiliary aids and services free to those who are deaf or hard of hearing.
There are whole scenes consisting of Ben or Rose writing out and reading messages on pieces of paper, since neither of their characters knows sign language.
My dreams of bonding with the primates and teaching them sign language--dashed.
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First Known Use of sign language
SIGN LANGUAGE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of sign language for English Language Learners
: a system of hand movements used for communication especially by people who are deaf
SIGN LANGUAGE Defined for Kids
Definition of sign language for Students
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