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Language and the Law in Deaf Communities

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

I would like to acknowledge the patience and support of Ceil Lucas. I thank the Deaf and hearing subjects who gave their valuable time to this study. And I thank three Deaf individuals who have given me so much—Joyce Fields Leary, Brent Allen Hull, and Eleanor Elizabeth Hoopes.

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