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DUMBDynamic Universal Music Bibliotheque (software)
DUMBDuke University Marching Band
DUMBDeep Underground Military Base
DUMBDisasters Usually Motivate Backups
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Perhaps he would walk about beneath the glowing stars or by the sounding sea, and thank God that he was no longer dumb, and that at last he could say forth all that before had been shut within his heart in an agony of silence.
He was deaf, dumb, and blind, to all that was good and right, from his cradle.
How many of the girls and boys--ah, men and women too--that are brought before you and you don't pity, are deaf and dumb in their minds, and go wrong in that state, and are punished in that state, body and soul, while you gentlemen are quarrelling among yourselves whether they ought to learn this or that?
Then the dumb man called to him in a great voice and said, "Welcome, brother; come and sit while there is still some of the feast left and a little Malmsey in the pottle.
Marry," quoth Robin, laughing, and weighing the flask in his hands ere he drank, "methinks it is no more than seemly of you all to be glad to see me, seeing that I bring sight to the blind, speech to the dumb, hearing to the deaf, and such a lusty leg to a lame man.
It were much more seemly, methinks, if yon Dumb man, who hath a sweet voice, would give us a song.
Down went the Dumb man, and away flew his cudgel from his hand as he fell.
no: but here thou beholdest even in a dumb brute, the instinct of the knowledge of the demonism in the world.
Doctors have revealed that treatment of born deaf and dumb child is possible before age of five.
The only thing stuck on Dumb and Dumberer is found on the sole of your shoe.
IT'S almost 10 years since Peter and Bobby Farrelly elbowed their way into Hollywood with Dumb and Dumber, a madcap road trip concerning dim- witted best friends Lloyd Christmas (Jim Carrey) and Harry Dunne (Jeff Daniels).
This is not to suggest that Bernice Kanner didn't accurately and provocatively portray how otherwise confident and sure-handed CEOs botch their relationships with the press ("Business Smart, Media Dumb," CE May 2001).