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C. Theses/Dissertations

BLEBY, W.H. The Paget Gorman Sign System: An Investigation of its Effects in the Education of Nursery and Infant Severely and Profoundly Deaf Children. M. Ed., Univ. of Birmingham, 1976.

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D. Reports

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E. Papers

FENN, G. Language Without Speech (Paper presented to the A.G.M. of the British Association for Applied Linguistics, Edinburgh, 1974). Dept. of Education, Univ. of Cambridge, 1974.

JONES, S. Paget Gorman Signed Speech. Proceedings of International Symposium on Specific Speech and Language Disorders in Children, AFASIC, Reading, 1987, pp. 340-348. London: AFASIC, 1987.
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