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Published by Signum in Hamburg .
Written in English



  • Europe.


  • Sign language -- Europe.,
  • Lipreading -- Europe.,
  • Deaf -- Means of communication -- Europe.,
  • Mouth.

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Edition Notes

StatementPenny Boyes Braem and Rachel Sutton-Spence (eds.).
SeriesInternational studies on sign language and communication of the deaf ;, v. 39, Internationale Arbeiten zur Gebärdensprache und Kommunikation Gehörloser ;, Bd. 39.
ContributionsBoyes-Braem, Penny., Sutton-Spence, Rachel., Rijksuniversiteit te Leiden.
LC ClassificationsHV2474 .H345 2001
The Physical Object
Paginationvi, 291 p. :
Number of Pages291
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3638877M
ISBN 103927731838
LC Control Number2002444868

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