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I would like to change the name of this article to Deafness . I'm not the first to suggest this change, and there are many links to deafness already.

Rather than a simple redirect, the article titled "Deaf" could then be used as a disambiguation page between the Deaf (Deaf culture) and deafness.

My grandma is deaf in one ear, or partially deaf in both, and she can hear if u talk loud, when she watches the price is right you can hear it all around the house! (She needs the TV loud to hear). Is it possible to be 100% deaf when no matter how loud someone talks or how loud the TV is they still cant hear? RealG187 17:43, 17 January 2007 (UTC)

MADC President Adan Burke has resigned as President due to job opportunity out of state. Jessalyn Akerman-Frank assume as President of remaining term of 2017.

A message from Minnesota Association of Deaf Citizens about last week Deaf Awareness Day. We do not support discrimination and hate crimes.

Saturday March 18th – 7pm.
From Beethoven’s Nightmare
Free CD to first 200 tickets
$10 online, $12 at door

Families with a pre-school or primary school aged child who have a hearing loss are invited to come to our day and weekend events, to learn about ways you can

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Families with a pre-school or primary school aged child who have a hearing loss are invited to come to our day and weekend events, to learn about ways you can

Sorry, you have missed our 2017 Summer School in Cardiff.  Please register your interest for our next event by contacting us here .

Families, Teachers of the Deaf and other professionals are very welcome to invite us to run an event in your area. Contact us to discuss this further

Families with a pre-school or primary school aged child who have a hearing loss are invited to come to our day and weekend events, to learn about ways you can

Sorry, you have missed our 2017 Summer School in Cardiff.  Please register your interest for our next event by contacting us here .

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I would like to change the name of this article to Deafness . I'm not the first to suggest this change, and there are many links to deafness already.

Rather than a simple redirect, the article titled "Deaf" could then be used as a disambiguation page between the Deaf (Deaf culture) and deafness.

My grandma is deaf in one ear, or partially deaf in both, and she can hear if u talk loud, when she watches the price is right you can hear it all around the house! (She needs the TV loud to hear). Is it possible to be 100% deaf when no matter how loud someone talks or how loud the TV is they still cant hear? RealG187 17:43, 17 January 2007 (UTC)

Families with a pre-school or primary school aged child who have a hearing loss are invited to come to our day and weekend events, to learn about ways you can

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Talk:Deaf/Talk:Deafness - Wikipedia


Talk to the deaf : a manual of approximately 1,000 signs.

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