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HHHereditary Hemochromatosis
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HHHon Hai Precision Industry Co. Ltd
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HHHypogonadotropic Hypogonadism
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HHHealth for Humanity (National Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá'ís of the United States)
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HHHardcore Hell (pro wrestling)
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HHHoosier Healthwise (Indiana state-sponsored health care program)
HHHoosier Hospitality
HHHatboro Horsham (Senior High School, Horsham, PA)
HHHalf Hard
HHHamilton Heights (High School)
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HHHoward Hewett (musician)
HHHorizontal Hostility (workplace behavior)
HHHeads-Heads (possible outcome for flipping a coin twice)
HHHentai Heaven (anime)
HHHer Holiness
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HHHamerschlag Hall (Carnegie Mellon University)
HHHershey Highway (Route 322, Dauphin County, PA)
HHHello Handsome
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DiMarco recently founded the Nyle DiMarco Foundation, which encourages full and early access to both American Sign Language and English for Deaf and hard of hearing infants and children in the United States.
Stuart Millington, senior fire safety manager, said: "It is vital that people who are deaf or hard of hearing ensure they have the right smoke alarm technology - and test them regularly.
8220;Domestic violence is a hidden issue in the Deaf and hard of hearing community, and it greatly impacts us as a Deaf community because Deaf and Hard of hearing survivors do not have equal access to information, and there are greater external factors that prevent them from being able to escape abusive relationships.
More than half of people aged over 60 are either deaf or hard of hearing.
When an audio page is made from the airport's Information and Paging Office, the same message is posted in text form for travellers who are deaf or hard of hearing.
The Huddersfield Hard of Hearing Fellowship has organised a series of exercise classes around Kirklees following the award of a pounds 10,000 grant from Kirklees Community Par tnerships.
A spokesperson for the North Wales Deaf Association, based in Mochdre, added: "Anything which makes sport more accessible to the deaf and hard of hearing is a very good thing.
Whether you know of someone who has run a deaf or hard of hearing club for many years, a teacher who has worked hard to support deaf children, or perhaps a volunteer who offers support and friendship to new hearing aid users, RNID Cymru is keen to discover more about them.
A new text number - 0791 930 3088 - is being provided for deaf and hard of hearing people to contact the wardens.
We think there is a greater benefit for people to be part of the whole world," says Todd Houston, executive director of the Alexander Graham Bell Association for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing in Washington, D.
Gallaudet's Technology Access Program (TAP), seeks to "research technologies and services that eliminate communication barriers" for individuals who are Deaf and hard of hearing.
The history of Deaf Education in America supports this explanation as oralism (the philosophy that promotes educating deaf and hard of hearing through the use of speech only, which swept the world after the World Conference for the Deaf in Milan, Italy, in 1880).