from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- abbr. American Sign Language
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- American Sign Language
- Age, Sex, Location (same as asl)
- Above Sea Level
- Advanced Squad Leader
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. same as american sign language, the sign language used in the US.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the sign language used in the United States
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But the quiz also slipped in one that was new to me, the acronym ASL age, sex, location that is an obvious red flag the sender has bad intentions.
"Last year, I even read stories in ASL (American Sign Language) to her second-grade class."
A Deaf American will actually have an easier time understanding a Deaf Frenchman: ASL is historically descended from French Sign Language.
And I made a card and button of "I Love You" in ASL using a photo of my hand holding a heart.
Somewhere along the way I decided to do cards in ASL so I teamed up with a Deaf Dyke artist and we produced a series of cards with a Deaf actress, whose name I forget, but will look up.
For example, a deaf child who does not grow up with sign language may find it harder to become truly fluent in ASL if they try to learn it as an adult.
From watching the movie, "Voices", I became interested in ASL (American Sign Language) so I took classes in it for 2 1/2 years at my local community college.
Simultaneous translation in ASL and Froggish by Kermit.
The ASL is a federally registered Superfund site, and is on the National Priorities List of highly contaminated sites requiring cleanup and containment.