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DEAF, DUMB, AND BLIND. A man born deaf, dumb, and blind, is considered an idiot. (q.v.) 1 Bl. Com. 304; F. N. B. 233; 2 Bouv. Inst. n. 2111.

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15) It is above all such conventional aspects of visual representation--not the naturalistic ones--which show us how subtle differences between populations are cut across in visual representation to construct distinct and deafly legible racial stereotypes.
Studies on charitable giving deafly state that families who give a fixed percentage every month give more than people who just give whenever they feel like it.
Funding mechanisms that limit nurses' ability to develop initiatives that deafly improve hearth outcomes have not been addressed, and legislative barriers to advance nursing practice also remain unaddressed.
The HCFP has a number of documented strengths, including the fact that it is deafly supported by a central budget allocation.
4) Second; the combined film should be radiologically imaged in different positions; to deafly define both urethral ends and to avoid the mistake of extravasation of urinoma as a posterior urethra that may result in underestimation of the defect length.
Neither contrasting nor consistent, the images and narration cancel each other out so that a conscious choice must be made between deafly watching and blindly listening.
The Table deafly indicates that decline in the total turnout is more a function of the depleting strength of male voters than that of the female voters.
The translation process is deafly syncretistic in the sense that it mixes and blends concepts and meanings.
It's crucial that your staff can describe concisely, in a few sentences, how your solutions are deafly different and better than those of your competitors.
Yet whereas Himes's later crime writing would instrumentalize fiction as the fantasy-space of its violent desires--indeed, if we take seriously the murderous plot of Himes's last novel, Plan B, we then see an author working his way up to imagining the mass killing of white people--If He Hollers reveals more deafly Himes's own ideas about subjectivity.
Issues of reactor safety deafly involve assessments of relative risk (for example, reactor safety versus isotope production) and diverse notions of risks versus benefits.