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oralism

(ôr′ə-lĭz′əm)
n.
The theory or practice of teaching hearing-impaired or deaf persons to communicate by means of spoken language.

o′ral·ist adj. & n.

oralism

(or′ăl-ĭzm)
The instruction of hearing-impaired students with speech or speech reading rather than with signed or finger-spelled words.
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Russia, in principle, remained strongly oralist through the early years of Party rule.
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District Court for the Northern District of Alabama following his graduation in 1989 from Columbia School of Law, where he was recognized as Best Oralist in the national phase of the Phillip C.
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AUC came away with the Best Oralist Award, second-best Oralist Award and the Best Memorial Awards for written briefs.
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Dimitrios Peteves, a third-year law student from the University of Florida, was named best oralist in a three-way tie with two law students from other schools.