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ASL

Abbreviation for American Sign Language.

ASL

abbreviation for American Sign Language.

ASL

Abbreviation for American Sign Language.

American Sign Language

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ASL

A nonverbal method of communicating in which the hands and fingers are used to indicate words and concepts.
Synonym: Ameslan
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In contrast, the absolute depth of the ASL has a semiannual form, with the lowest pressures in the equinoctial seasons, since this is the dominant cycle observed in the MSLP fields in the Antarctic coastal zone (Turner et al.
FACT The use of American Sign Language in the educational setting embodies the use to two languages, ASL and English, as well as two cultures, the hearing culture and the Deaf culture.
ASL is an entirely visual language, and sometimes, especially when I'm watching someone tell a story, or sign to a song, it's as if the air around the signer becomes animated with the concepts of the signs, gestures, and finger-spelling.
We are already seeing a very positive impact, with complementary capabilities providing an opportunity to develop synergies throughout the ASL Group's operations, enabling us to build and focus on centers of excellence.
Have ASL interpreters visible on television when the government is presenting to the public,
After the relief in place/transfer of authority (RIP/TOA), the BMSO reviewed the current ASL consisting of 620 line items, of which the medical logistics company stocked only about 80 percent.
Impaired bicarbonate transport because of the defective CFTR could cause increased acidity in the ASL, which the study shows reduces the ASL bacterial killing capability," Tang said
But the client has told ASL a number of its invoices require "additional input" from the practice before further payments can be made and that these payments may take longer to recover.
It streamlines the ASL review process, reducing the need for units to conduct line-by-line reviews and allowing them to focus on more critical areas.
In this case, you would need a family member present because an ASL interpreter would not be familiar with these.
Nick Whinder ASL Director Ramp Operations commented: "The extended periods of sub-zero temperatures during winter 200819 were a severe test of the UK's de-icing providers.