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    • INTERPRETING WITH DEAF UNDER COMMON LAW TO 1880 60 Chapter 5: Discussion II: Intermediary Communicates Effectively with Signing DP Gradations in historically-situated and culturally-learned perspectives inform the relationship that spoken language...
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    • DECLARATIVE KNOWLEDGE AND ACCELERATION 26 Chapter 3 Methodology This chapter describes the participants involved in the study, the measurement instruments used, the procedures followed, the study design, and the statistical analysis that was used...
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    • INTERPRETING WITH DEAF UNDER COMMON LAW TO 1880 61 gestural” (p. 36). Elyot is a rare and early example of described gestures that widen the fissure into forensic analysis and re-viewing. A close reading that transcends the legal particulars...
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    • 13. Enrollment considerations: A. Enrollment restrictions (for items indicated, explain in the space below) class level requirement majors only non majors only not open to students who have completed similar course; similar courses to be...
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    • concerning Elementary & Secondary Education majors, must be signed by the PECC Chair before being forwarded to the University Level) 2.3 The University Undergraduate Curriculum Committee will vote on the proposal. If it passes the University...
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    • 69 Once this has been completed, email PRGS at prguides@gmail.com and give them the information. Below is an example: “Hi, I have 2 guests, Daryl and Yvonne Magnuson, room 2317 that I talked to you about earlier that are booked for the 8am ½ day...
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    • INTERPRETING WITH DEAF UNDER COMMON LAW TO 1880 64 converse with him in that manner for seventeen years and upwards, and that he understood his meaning perfectly by those signs” (Cooke, 1742, p. 19). Before educational opportunities were available...
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    • 35 • One teacher attached a sheet to the spelling list with 16 options of practicing the words including: writing the words into a story, using magnetic letters on a cookie sheet, making up word chants, using funny voices to spell the words orally,...
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    • 'diamond hitch' on a pack when 1 was 14 years old and, naturally, those people didn't. So, we had quite a time moving that big outfit. In a few days things kind of moled down and we started on horseback for the United States. We delayed and stopped...
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    • INTERPRETING WITH DEAF UNDER COMMON LAW TO 1880 68 the contract—without, or more importantly for the goals of this study, with an interpreter. Without denoting the role as such, this is the first text to comment on sign language...
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    • B. Projected enrollment: students per semester year • Fill in the Enrollment considerations. o On part B put the number of students expected in the box, and do not forget to check whether that is an estimate by semester or year. 12. When will this...
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    • NON-VERBAL COMMUNICATION IN INSTANT MESSAGING 27 Chapter Three Method Procedure Participants were recruited from communication courses at a mid-sized public university in the Mountain West region of the United State. Subjects received extra course...
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    • INTERPRETING WITH DEAF UNDER COMMON LAW TO 1880 71 In this preliminary skirmish, Garrow quotes the seventeenth-century legal authority Sir Matthew Hale, and conveniently omits the second half, which clarified: …but if it can appear, that he hath...
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    • Graduate Curriculum Proposal Form for Substantive Changes. The Substantive Changes form must be attached to show proof (signatures) of the appropriate levels of approval through the University. This form can be found...
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    • 77 How Well Do You Know Your Family? Each participant will need: 1 piece of printer paper, 1 pen for each participant How Well Do You Know Your Family Questions (found in V drive) Seat all participants at main table and give each a pen and paper....
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    • Commitment 8 Perhaps the most interesting in this list of characteristics of successful marriages are the elements that do not appear. No studies show that a man needs to be athletic, handsome, drive an expensive car, or make a six-figure salary in...
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    • structure of the institution? What changes in faculty and staff will be required? What new physical facilities or modification to existing facilities will be required? Describe the extent of the equipment commitment necessary to initiate the...
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    • help in inspection work. He was to assist the Sexton and Caretaker, when not otherwise employed. Carried. June 7, 1923...Motion made that the City Attorney proceed with condemnation proceedings against Joseph Melling, William F. Sawyer, and A. L....

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