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    • INTERPRETING WITH DEAF UNDER COMMON LAW TO 1880 15 they understood, but I could not, which I wondering at, and discoursing with Downing about…” This seventeenth-century deaf man had no access to formal education, but obviously signed a more complex...
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    • STUDENT ORIENTATION v DEDICATION This is dedicated to my father, Albert Henry Laird, Sr., who proved that education is a life-long pursuit. He achieved career and spiritual successes as a man who had “just an eighth grade education,” because of his...

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