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A preliminary signing dictionary of Australian sign language (Auslan) / Trevor A. Johnston
Bib ID 1582908
Format BookBook
Author
Johnston, Trevor A
 
Description Adelaide : TAFE National Centre for Research and Development, 1987 
xvii, 607 pages : illustrations ; 30 cm. 
ISBN 0863970982
Notes

Unbound.

Companion volume to "A general introduction to Australian Sign Language (AUSLAN)

Subjects Australian Sign Language -- Dictionaries.  |  Sign language -- Dictionaries.
Other authors/contributors TAFE National Centre for Research and Development (Australia)
Also Titled

General introduction to Australian sign language (AUSLAN)

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