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Delavan, Wisconsin  ·  Wisconsin School for the Deaf is a PK - 12 public, residential school for Wisconsin's deaf, hard of hearing, and deafblind children.
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ASL Classifiers list (a non-comprehensive list): hand shapes used to represent visual concepts/items but are not words in-and-of themselves and often must be used in conjunction with a noun to identify what they represent (ex: "CAR" + use CL:3 to show how/where it drives; note- CL:3 is not synonymous for the sign for "CAR").

ASL Classifiers list (a non-comprehensive list): hand shapes used to represent visual concepts/items but are not words in-and-of themselves and often must be used in conjunction with a noun to identify what they represent