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American Sign Language (ASL) - History of ASL, Linguistics, Writing systems, "Baby Sign", Primate ASL Usage


A sign language widely used by the deaf in the USA; also known as Ameslan. The system contains over 4000 signs, and is used by over half a million deaf people - by many, as a first language.

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