RNID

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AcronymDefinition
RNIDRoyal National Institute for the Deaf (and Hard of Hearing People; UK)
RNIDRequest Node Identification
RNIDReturn Node Identification
RNIDRegistered Nurse Intellectual Disability (Ireland)
RNIDRegistra Nacionalnog Internet Domena (Serbian: National Registry of Internet Domains)
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Members of the deaf community and representatives from a range of organisations including the Royal National Institute for the Deaf, the British Deaf Association and the Midland Regional Association of Deaf attended the launch party and viewed the website on computers set up for the occasion.
The Royal National Institute For The Deaf launched its 'Breaking the Sound Barrier' campaign to target the four million people in the UK who could benefit from wearing a hearing aid but are doing nothing about it.
The Royal National Institute for the Deaf (RNID) has announced a new mobile phone that lets deaf, hard of hearing or speech impaired people to have a real-time, interactive conversation.
YOUNG people should pack earplugs along with their condoms when going clubbing, warns the Royal National Institute for the Deaf.
LES is staging a special charity concert in New Orleans on July 26 to raise money for the Royal National Institute for the Deaf in honour of his dad.
Neil Weston, of the Royal National Institute for the Deaf, said: "It's great news."
Carroll presents a fictional account of Clerc's early life, from his entry into the Royal National Institute for the Deaf in Paris to his departure for America.
com and the Royal National Institute for the Deaf, and will join the Betfair board as deputy chairman on January 3, in preparation to take over from the betting exchange's co-founder Ed Wray within a couple of months.
Research by the Royal National Institute for the Deaf (RNID) shows people who are deaf or hard of hearing are more likely to be unemployed and for those in work, more than half feel isolated.
NHS Tees is offering free memberships to the Royal National Institute of Blind People and Royal National Institute for the Deaf to help give you the information, support and advice on sight loss or hearing loss.
Crystal Rolfe, from the Royal National Institute for the Deaf, said: "They have been measured to reach more than 125 decibels - a pneumatic drill is between 90 and 100 decibels so it's much louder than that.
The Royal National Institute for the Deaf (RNID) have devised the test to show users of MP3 players that, as the noughties draw to a close, there may be hidden hearing problems ahead.
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