The Canadian Dictionary of ASL [American Sign Language]
Edited by Carole Sue Bailey and Kathy Dolby. Published by the University of Alberta Press, 2002.
|Developed in conjunction
with the Canadian Cultural Society of the Deaf, this comprehensive new
dictionary of American Sign Language (ASL) has over 8700 signs, many unique to
Canada. Material for this extensive work has been drawn from many sources and
includes input gathered from members of Canadas Deaf community over the
past twenty years.
The Canadian Dictionary of ASL offers clear illustrations and sign descriptions alongside English definitions, making it a valuable reference for Deaf and hearing users alike.
Authoritative and up-to-date, The Canadian Dictionary of ASL will prove to be the standard reference for years to come.
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