Robert Harding

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1348-1857 - Do not use for HIV. Young boy using the French sign language to discuss with his hearing-impaired brother. The French sign language uses signs to designate words but also dactylology (each letter of the alphabet is represented by a defined position of the fingers then enabling to spell a word) and the lip reading. The young boy designates the letter \t\ (see image n?0833202 ans series of images from n?0572308 to 0574108 to see the other letters of the alphabet).
1348-1860 - Do not use for HIV. A young boy and his brother using the French sign language to discuss with his hearing-impaired brother. The French sign language uses signs to designate words but also dactylology (each letter of the alphabet is represented by a defined position of the fingers then enabling to spell a word) and the lip reading. The young boy designates the letter \r\ (see image n?0833202 and series of images from n?0572308 to 0573508 to see the other letters of the alphabet).