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deaf-mute

1. a person who is unable to hear or speak
2. unable to hear or speak
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Development of epidermal ridges coincides exactly with the development of cochlea, so dermatoglyphic study in deaf mutes has an important logical bearing.
During that time, Bert - using the pseudonym Bobby Aloysius Colt - worked in a German-run o ed aGe a u meat factory, pretending be a deaf mute.
Brill, who was "a graduate from a Jewish Deaf Mute Institution in London.
One day my deaf mute dad handed me a note which he indicated he wanted me to take to the chemist.
Replacing the deaf mute antihero of the original movie, Cage explains at the beginning how "the work's steady but it's not for everyone.
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A TRAGIC mother will speak from beyond the grave today when she talks on TV about her amazing love for her little deaf mute son.
In the first episode, an elderly deaf mute is beaten over the head with a metal bar and raped.
But cripple is now regarded as offensive, while deaf mute is derogatory because it implies an incapacity to communicate.
He then moved to London and from there to Glasgow where he struck up a brief relationship with deaf mute Tracey Horner.
The gold miner, a deaf mute, had floated down the river for miles,'' she said.
Within hours, however, the police killed the convict and learned that he was a deaf mute.

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