Luther "Dummy" Taylor, a deaf-mute
, pitched for the New York Giants (1900-8) and, briefly in 1902, for the Cleveland club of the newly formed American League.
If these far-flung people could only slip off labels like caretaker, deaf-mute
, tourist, and foreigner, they would realize they are speaking exactly the same language.
Soon after, The Life of the Deaf-Mute
published strong criticism of deaf education, including the Party-supported application of strict oralism.
One is Diego, a John Singer-like figure, an impossibly goodhearted deaf-mute
who daily contemplates suicide.
The focus of the work is on John Singer, a deaf-mute
in a Georgia mill town during the 1930s, and on his effect on the people who confide in him.
In 1782 Algol was studied by a British astronomer, John Goodricke (1764-1786), a deaf-mute
. To account for the regularity of Algol's variations, he suggested that it might have a dim companion that circled it in our line of sight and periodically eclipsed it, hiding most of the light.
He trained the blind deaf-mute
girl Laura Bridgman (1829-1889) by means of raised type he had devised and by other methods that later also proved successful with Helen Keller.
Hence, we cannot but rejoice over Jesus' healing of the deaf-mute
in the Gospel.
The healing of this unknown deaf-mute
appears to be a parable for the cure of another type of deafness and speech impediment.
Sharma was arrested on August 10 by the police for allegedly raping a deaf-mute
girl during her stay in his hostel.
BAHAWALPUR -- Police on Wednesday registered a case against seven people who allegedly shaved off the head of a deaf-mute
woman out of vengeance at Ghauspur's Basti Bhatti the other day.