Muteness

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Muteness

Elops
dumb serpent; gives no warning of its approach. [Br. Lit.: Paradise Lost]
Henry
bald-headed, pugnosed and silent youngster of comic strip. [Comics: Sheridan, 200]
Painted Bird, The
Kosinski novel about a foundling boy struck dumb by inhuman treatment. [Am. Lit.: Weiss, 345]
Singer, Mr.
mute whose disability restricts his social contacts. [Am. Lit.: Carson McCullers The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter in Magill II, 416]
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My friends and I therefore wanted to come up with something that could help us communicate with mute people.
s Musashikosugi Station in Kawasaki, Kanagawa Prefecture, for a message board for mute people and Toyohashi Station, run by Nagoya Railroad Co.