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signing

a specific set of manual signs used to communicate with deaf people
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I've found myself just unconsciously signing when I'm talking and I'll be trying to sign something to my mom or my sister and then I'll realize, oh, they don't know sign language,'' said Reuschling, laughing.
Below the box where the instructors are busy signing or speaking their lessons is an optional box with closed captions.
Indeed, the level of detail and specialized knowledge demanded in the preparation and submission of complex corporate tax returns demands that the responsibility for signing the return--and affirming under penalties of perjury the completeness and accuracy of the return--be delegated to an employee with a significant level of professional tax expertise, training, and experience.
When viewing signed sentences of a particular sign language, such as American sign language, 16 adults who grew up signing in that language displayed unique activation of the right angular gyms, say Aaron J.
Therefore, it is necessary to look to IRS guidance in analogous situations, such as the signing of statute extension agreements and refund claims.
today announced a collaboration with Adobe Systems Incorporated to enable a new option for digital signing in Adobe(R) Acrobat(R) software and Adobe Reader(R) software using easy-to-use "Roaming Digital IDs.
These brain regions, one near the front of the brain and the other toward the back in the so-called auditory cortex, handle fundamental features of language that can be expressed either through speech or signing, concludes a team of neuroscientists led by Laura-Ann Petitto of McGill University in Montreal.
As a result of Halper's condition, court-appointed guardians were named subsequent to the representative's signing Form 872.
With the signing of Joe Santo's lease, Eleven Madison is 100 percent leased.
s visual condition, modifications were necessary for receptive communication: the signing partner needed to wear dark clothing for contrast; care was taken to limit the glare of light; the distance between her and the partner needed to be increased; the "signing space," or spacial area in which signs are formed, needed to be decreased due to visual field restrictions; and some signs needed to be modified, e.
A visitor asks what they are saying and learns they are not signing - just hamming it up for the camera.
The binder provided that an $6,500 would be paid on the signing of a formal contract, which Chan would prepare.